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    Josh Gordon: Baylor officials preferred Gordon over Wright

    Josh Gordon - WR - BAY - Jul. 7 - 5:21 pm et

    During his time at Baylor, high-ranking members of the football team believed WR Josh Gordon was a better prospect than Kendall Wright.
    Wright, who led the team in receiving in all four of his years at Baylor, was just drafted by the Tennessee Titans with pick No. 20. It is tough for us to compare the two receivers, since Wright stands at 5'10/196 pounds and will do his best work form the slot, while Gordon checks in at 6'3/220 pounds and projects as an outside target. Gordon left Baylor after his sophomore season, which is the last time he has touched the field in a game situation, so this opinion could be considered dated. Still, it is something to keep in mind during Thursday's Supplemental Draft. Although his onfield resume is lacking, Gordon has the size, speed, and in turn potential, that NFL teams covet. Jul. 7 - 5:21 pm et
    Source: ProFootballTalk on NBC Sports

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