ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 26: Kendall Wright #1 of the Baylor Bears runs the ball against Cornelius Douglas #2 of the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Cowboys Stadium on November 26, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
I had never heard of Josh Norris over at RotoWorld before draft season started this year, but he has quickly become one of my favorite analysts out there. I really respect people who clearly put the work in, and you can tell that Norris does exactly that. He was even nice enough to join us on MCM Radio one time on short notice to talk draft.
He had an excellent write up on Kendall Wright that I have posted part of after the jump. You can read the whole thing here.
Outstanding get off, tremendously quick off the line. Deals with contact well within 5 yards very well, runs at CB creating balance issues, bumps off with shoulder and quickly breaks off route, two yards of separation with 10 yards of LOS. That translates well. Tight ropes sideline like no one else in NCAA. Quick feet keep CB guessing/tentative/off balance at contact point, continues upfield with fluid pass by, whe he has an extra step he keeps it. An incredibly fiery competitor, talker after the play, does not go down easily. Has ability to consistently separate, guessing CBs helps on vertical routes, keeps them in fear and tentative that he'll break routes off....