Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright had an admirable year as a rookie in 2012 — 65 receptions, 626 yards and four touchdowns — but he is ready to take his game to the next level and that is all beginning with an impressive training camp.
According to the Nashville Tennessean, the former No. 20 overall pick out of Baylor has been a standout during the team’s training camp.
The report says that it is “difficult to recall” Wright dropping a pass, which is obviously a great sign for a team that is looking for weapons to emerge on the outside for quarterback Jake Locker. If Wright can live up to his first-round status, then the team is moving in the right direction.
It’s great to see Wright living up to his talent and hopefully he will be able to break out during his sophomore campaign.
Even better for Wright is that this year’s rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter has done nothing to impress the coaching staff. In fact, he has done such a poor job and been immature during camp and the first preseason game that he appears to be in the doghouse.