The San Diego Chargers have selected Shareece Wright, CB from USC with the 89th overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft.
SHAREECE WRIGHT PROFILE
Wright was ruled academically ineligible for the 2009 season, but he has worked hard to salvage his career and has the potential to be drafted in April. He plays very aggressively and likes to hit in run support despite being slightly undersized. He is fast with good agility to stick in man coverage and shows good recognition skills to make plays in zone. His off the field issues, coupled with a serious neck injury in 2008, may scare off a few teams, but Wright is a talented corner and has a chance to be a mid-to-late round draft pick.
SHAREECE WRIGHT HIGHLIGHTS
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