DRAFT ANALYSIS: Mayock's take: "For people who think he's just a high-level outside guy, I think he's special with the ball in his hands. ... He's built like a running back, a little thicker than wide receivers typically are. He's also got potential as a return specialist." 5'10" HEIGHT 30 1/2" ARM LENGTH 196LBS. WEIGHT 8 5/8" HANDS OVERVIEW Wright had been a solid complimentary player in Baylor's high-octane offense who has turned into much more in his senior year. As Robert Griffin III's go-to option at receiver, Wright working himself wide open for a long touchdown seemed to be a common sight for Big 12 opponents this season. Wright is undersized but has the speed to take the top off of NFL defenses. His athletic ability is his greatest strength, and he uses strong, polished technique to make up for his size deficiencies on the field. He has the wiggle and subsequent burst to make a move on a defender and get upfield. His ball skills are on par with his overall skills as a wideout, and he uses his footwork to run strong routes. He will have to improve his blocking and overall strength at the next level, but Wright has the potential to be a first-day pick and make an instant impact. Now, now GoT. Short, fat and slow don't seem to be the verdict of Mayock. He seems more to be a quicker Hines Ward to me. If he is even close its a good pick.