With the December 17 mid-term junior college signing period rapidly approaching things are about to get wild for one of the nation’s better junior college defensive ends.
According to Miami (Okla.) Northeastern coach Dale Patterson it looks like three-star defensive end Abraham Wright is going to try to squeeze three visits into less than two weeks.
“He was up at Missouri this weekend and he told me this morning that he really liked what Missouri has to offer, and he was impressed with their facilities,” Patterson said about Wright. “He could be a good fit up there.”
But here’s where things get interesting for Wright.
He’s scheduled a visit to Colorado for this upcoming weekend, but he’s also told Texas A&M, Arizona State and Washington State that they’re also going to get visit.
“That’s probably going to be physically impossible for him to do,” Patterson said.
“He just has a problem with telling people no, because he’s so new to this process. But he’s a kid that has three-years to play three years, so everybody in the nation is hot on his trail.”
This includes Texas A&M, which just got into the picture last week and recently offered him a scholarship.
“I think he’s going to go ahead and go down to A&M here on Wednesday or Thursday for a visit,” Patterson said.
“Then he’ll come back on Friday and visit Colorado. Those two are for sure going to happen. After that, we’re going to have sit down and try to figure things out.”