Name: Kendall Wright
Team: Tennessee Titans
Position: Wide Receiver
Years Pro: 1
Draft stock: (Stagnant) For some reason, no one is really talking about the rookie year that Wright had in 2012. Perhaps it’s Jake Locker‘s futility, but Wright is being avoided by many fantasy football owners this fall. I’m not one of them as Wright showed flashes of greatness in his first NFL season.
2012 fantasy impact: Wright may have went undrafted in your league last year, but he made you look foolish with a few great weeks. For instance, Wright had a 10-point game versus a tough Houston Texans defense in Week 4.
Best-case scenario: Locker finds Wright early and often as the two connect for double-digit touchdowns in 2013. Wright also emerges as the Titans’ No. 1 wide receiver.
Worst-case scenario: Wright’s decent rookie year is simply a fluke as the bigger defensive backs throw the 5-foot-10 Wright off of his game completely. Locker is an absolute train wreck.
Where you should draft him: Believe it or not: you can probably get Wright later than the 10th round in most leagues. However, if you really want him you’re going to have to spend at least a 10th-round selection on Wright.