The second-year wide receiver leads the Titans with 502 yards from 43 catches, while he also has 238 yards after the catch.
Jefferson told The Tennessean: "Kendall has a chance to become one of the top playmakers at the receiver spot in the league. I understand where this guy can go. Realistically, he has a chance in the coming years to make people forget about the Wes Welkers of the world.
"Kendall plays big. And the thing I love about him most is when the ball is in his hands, that is when he is the most dangerous. He can make a person miss and get yards after catch.
"Every day in practice he is full speed."
Wright will look to continue his impressive campaign when the Titans take on the Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend.