The nation’s No. 1 quarterback Kyle Wright (6-4, 205, 4.65) from Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista as made Miami Hurricane fans happy across the nation when committed to the Canes.
The Miami Hurricanes once again come to the Golden State and land their signal-caller.
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The Canes have had tremendous success with California field generals.
Wright follows in the footsteps of Heisman Trophy winner Gino Toretta, Scott Covington, Ken Dorsey and most recently Marc Gullion to Miami.
Wright has something else in common with Dorsey and Gullion.
Both players like Wright were tutored by northern California quarterback guru Roger Theder.
It came down to the Canes, USC and Tennessee with the National Champion Canes winning a key off-field recruiting battle.
It may have been the first phone call that Wright received on September 1st that iced the deal.
Wright was very impressed when the Hurricanes called the Wright household at 9:01 PST.
“I was kind of shocked when (QB) Coach Werner called,” Wright said. “It was 9:01 our time and I realized back in Miami it was after midnight and officially September 1st. They were sure are on top of things.”
This is a tremendous get for the Canes who once again go California and leave with one of the Golden State’s best players.