One of the nation’s best quarterbacks without a doubt is Kyle Wright (6-4, 200, 4.7) from Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista.
Wright has terrific technique and is one of the most polished quarterbacks Pac10Recruiting has seen all year.
“I haven’t really had any private coaching other than my Dad,” Wright said when asked where he gained such polish and skill. “We’ve been playing catch ever since I can remember. My Dad is an excellent athlete who also has a great arm.”
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Well there are at least 25 schools that would like to thank Kyle’s Dad with helping create a quarterback that they would like to see sign on the dotted line this coming February. That’s correct Wright has at least 25 offers.
“The whole Pac10 has offered,” Wright said. “Miami, Florida State, LSU, Tennessee, Texas, Notre Dame, Colorado and Michigan have as well.”
Is that a great group or what?
The only quarterback that Miami, Florida State and Texas have offered is none other than Kyle Wright. Maybe that gives you an idea of how talented this field general is.
“It’s going to be the hardest decision I’m going to have to make,” Wright said. “Even though the decision is going to be tough, I’m in a great situation. I get to choose from the best schools that offer the best combination of football and academics.”
USC is one school that looks like they will be in the battle for his services for duration of Wright’s recruitment. Wright will be at USC’s four-day camp starting this Sunday, which is Father’s day.
Wright has also been selected to participate in the Elite 11 quarterback camp. “I think that Chris Leak, Clayton Richard, JaMarcus Russell and Robert Lane are also going to show up at the camp,” Wright said. “I’m not sure of the others who will show up.”
Wright has an early list of six favorite schools but it will be prudent to remember that this list is subject to change. When you have all the opportunities that Wright has it is only natural that this list is subject to change.
The early top six school include: USC, Miami, Texas, Notre Dame and Tennessee.
Sidebar: Wright key battery mate wide receiver Sam DeSa (5-11, 175, 4.4) has verbally committed to Cal. This is a very good get for the Bears. It seems that new Cal head coach Jeff Tedford has his groove going on for the long suffering Cal program.
In Pac10Recruiting’s humble opinion Tedford was Cal’s best get last recruiting season.
Pac10recruiting will have the complete story from our interview with DeSa tomorrow.