Baylor Bears wide receiver Kendall Wright is considered as one of the best wide receiver prospects alongside Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon. At the NFL combine, Blackmon decided against running until the 40 until his pro day, but Wright elected to run at the combine.
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Well, the results were probably not what he expected to run as Wright ran a 4.61 in the 40-yard dash. That time put him at No. 31 among wide receivers and the fastest time was by Miami's Travis Benjamin who ran in 4.36 seconds.
The slow time could cost Wright to drop on some teams draft boards, but Wright will have a chance to improve on that 40-yard time and make up for the slow time at the NFL Combine.