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A true center-field safety that has decent range. Wright has above average ball skills. Good closing speed. Hips appear to be fluid and change of direction is not a problem. Can put a big hit on the receiver and break up the pass or cause a fumble. Does a decent job with man coverage but seems more comfortable playing center field in a zone scheme.
Instincts and ability to read/diagnose are very limited. Will find himself out of position at times. Wright will break up more passes than he will make interceptions. Tackling is questionable. Goes for the big hit and fails to wrap up. Not big in run support. Would have liked to see more production from him with the talent laden defense at Florida.
Wright really could have benefited from staying for his senior season, especially with this deep safety class. He has the physical tools needed to play the position but needs to continue to develop the finer points of the safety position. He’ll need to play free safety for a team as his tackling ability is limited. Wright can make an impact of special teams for an NFL club and this is probably how he’ll see the field at first. However, he does provide good depth at the free safety position and could be a nice addition for a team that has a solid veteran starter at the free safety spot that could help groom him.
Began starting halfway through his freshman season and started at free safety for Florida ever since.
Awards and Honors
Unknown major at Florida.
Suffered a broken thumb in 2007, but played with a cast and didn’t miss a game.
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