Here is a look at the 2017 tight ends with Longhorns offers

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Evaluation James is a big, physical prospect who thrives as a traditional, inline tight end. Great size with height and length that suggest ample space on frame to get even larger. Strong in the phone booth as a run-blocker. Plays for high school program that runs vast majority of the time. Limited experience as a pass-catcher, but possesses a high ceiling as a receiver because of size and athleticism. Huge catch radius. Built almost like more of an defensive edge player. Raw but gifted. Elite prospect at the tight end position. - Gabe Brooks *****

Evaluation Wright is a passionate blocker and that is very fun to watch on his highlight tape. He is explosive off of the football and is not afraid to be physical and aggressive with his initial contact. He will finish off his blocks with authority. As fun as it is to watch him get after it clearing out running lanes, Wright is an accomplished and capable pass catcher as well. While he will not be the heart and soul of a passing attack you have to respect what he can do as a pass catcher. He runs the field well and has strong, soft hands. He possesses all of the tools you are looking for in a top tight end prospect. Bio 2015 As a junior, Wright was an elite blocker for his offense. He also hauled in 21 catches for 290 yards and one touchdown to earn 17-6A First Team All-District honors. He also secured 17-6A All-Academic First Team honors. 2014: As a sophomore, Wright caught 17 passes for 369 yards and two touchdowns.

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