NFL Mock Draft 2012: Could Kendall Wright Fall To The Broncos In Round 2?

The Denver Broncos will need to reload in the 2012 NFL Draft and we can expect that a couple of players will be on offense. Tim Tebow needs more weapons so that he can expand his overall game. Whether that is by taking a running back, a tight end or a wide receiver early on, we can expect Rounds 1 or 2 to be the place for it. Over at Draft Tek, Baylor wide receiver Kendall Wright is projected to the Broncos at pick No. 57 in Round 2

Related: Updated 2012 NFL Draft Order

Wright is an explosive force who would instantly be one of the top receivers on the team. He would allow the Broncos to move Eric Decker into the No. 3 wide receiver role, giving Tim Tebow Demaryius Thomas on one side of the field and Wright on the other. It would be a major coup for the Broncos to pick up write, as Draft Tek writes:

And if a high pick is spent here, it should be on a guy with speed and hands. Maybe someone who put up numbers like this last year: 108 Rec, 1663 Yds, 15.4 Avg, 14 TD, 128 Yds/G. Maybe a guy who has highlights like this and this and this. Seriously, if Wright is still on the board here, this is a no-brainer.

But will Wright really fall to the second round?

For in-depth coverage of the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. For more on the NFL, be sure to check out SB Nation NFL and Mocking the Draft.

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