Four-star cornerback/running back Shareece Wright (5-11, 180, 4.53) from Colton, Calif., is one of the best two-way players in the Golden State. He's one of the best corners to come out of California since Chris McAlister who played his college ball at Arizona and is now an All-Pro for the Baltimore Ravens.
The big question on everyone's mind is will Wright follow McAlister and play his college football for Arizona or will he play for archrival or will USC get the nod.
USC assistant coach Greg Burns was in the house last night and a visit to the USC campus has been set for January.
"My visit with Coach Burns went real good," Wright said. "I'm going to visit there on January 13th."
Did the talented Colton two-way star commit to USC?
"I don't know, maybe," Wright said. "Tune in on December 31st during the Cali/Fla Bowl to find out."
"USC offered me a scholarship about three weeks ago," Wright said. "I won't be taking anymore visits after USC."
Wright had an outstanding senior season that saw him rack up impressive stats though he misses a few games due to an injury.
In 10 games, Wright rushed for 1,094 on 78 carries while averaging 14.03 yards per carry and scored 12 rushing touchdowns. He was also dangerous catching the ball out of the backfield latching onto 13 receptions for 336 yards while averaging 25.9 yards per catch and four receiving touchdowns.
On defense, Wright accounted for 68 tackles, two sacks, one fumble recovery and one blocked kicked. The opposition rarely threw in his direction.
Unlike a lot of corners that only want to cover, Wright is a fierce hitter in run support that is why some have compared his to McAlister.
Wright is also a terrific return man.
Wright says he has narrowed it down to USC, Arizona and Arizona State.