Shareece Wright scouting report

Shareece Wright CB USC
Ht: 5’11″

Wt: 185

Strengths:
Impressive athlete with top-end speed. Looks very smooth in coverage. Can turn and run with any receiver. Made major strides in his senior year. Plays relatively physical for his size; doesn’t back down from bigger, stronger receivers.
Weaknesses:
Questionable character. Charged with resisting arrest in 2008. Academically ineligible for entire 2009 regular season. Missed all but two games in 2008 with a fractured neck. Very little experience; only a full-time starter for one year. Slightly undersized. Doesn’t offer much in run support.
Comments:
Wright is a tough player to grade. He started the first two games of the 2008 season as a sophomore, but then didn’t play again until USC’s bowl game following the 2009 season. He clearly has NFL talent, but there’s very little quality film on him. What he does have, however, is athleticism and speed which you can’t teach. He should still be a mid-round pick and has the upside to potentially develop into a starter. If he falls out of the top 100 it will likely be due to questions about his character and injuries.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 1 Comment

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