All everything quarterback Kyle Wright (6-4, 200, 4.7) from Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista let Pac10Receruitng know that three teams have separated from the pack.
“I know Rivals.com has high interest, medium interest and so on for schools in your database,” Wright said. “Miami, Texas and USC are my top three colleges at this time. These three schools are my high interest.”
“My medium interest schools are Florida State, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Notre Dame,” Wright said.
Wright will be one of the participants at the very prestigious Elite 11 quarterback camp later this month. After the camp, Wright will go back to east to take unofficial visits to Miami, Florida State, Tennessee and Texas. Wright would also like to fit in Notre Dame and Oklahoma if at all possible.
“Hopefully I can make a decision after I take my unofficial trips,” Wright said. “It will be a very hard decision, but luckily I can’t go wrong with any of the schools.”
“I have family in both Georgia and Texas, so I will get to see family as well as the colleges,” Wright said.
“I’m looking forward to seeing how these schools run their practices and how they run their run programs,” Wright said.
“Just as important as football is the academic side of the school,” Wright said. “I want to study business.”
“Another important factor is alumni support and the class that will be joining me as freshmen,” Wright said.
The location of the school and the coaching staff will be strong considerations for the talented Mr. Wright.
“I have to get along with the coaches,” Wright said. “After all I will be spending a lot of time with them over the next four years.”
“The USC coaches are really cool,” Wright said. “I know them the best.”
“I am looking forward to meeting and interacting with other college coach’s,” Wright said. “That’s one of the reasons I am going to visit as many schools as I can. I want to know what the coaches are like and have something to compare to.”
Wright threw for 3,010 yards and 29 touchdowns with 10 interceptions as a junior.