Two more trips await Wright

There may only be one official visit set for four-star Rivals250 cornerback/running back Shareece Wright but that doesn't mean he won't be visiting a ton of schools before his decision is set in stone.
Along with teammate Allen Bradford and friend Devin Ross, the 5-foot-11, 180-pound defensive back will hit the road unofficially this Thursday to see Washington up close. He also has a pretty good idea of where his next official visit will be set to. This one, like his first to Nebraska on Sept. 2, is not close to the California coast.
"I'm going to be setting one up to LSU," Wright said. "I'm excited about that one. The one thing I'm looking at is their schedule to see who they play on each weekend. I need to talk to their coach and see what would be a big game for them."

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The Washington trip is right around the corner and Wright is going to go with his teammate and friend to see about a school that they all have equal interest in.
"We're all interested in that school and we just decided to take a trip out there for their open house they have going on," Wright said. "It's definitely a school on all of our lists."
One of the most important things that Wright lists as factor in a decision is how hard teams have been recruiting him. He points out that hard recruitment shows if a team just "wants" him or "needs" him.
This player wants to contribute right away and be needed.
"I want to go somewhere that they can use me," Wright said. "Arizona, Washington, Nebraska, and LSU talk to me whenever they can, they made time to call in May, and they text message me to let me know how everything is going."
His final decision will come after all official visits. One thing that he is not focusing on is distance from home as a major factor.
"Sure, I would love to stay close to home but at the same time it doesn't matter," Wright said. "I just want to be comfortable, if I go to Louisiana and I'm comfortable, then that's where I'll go."
Wright is rated as the No. 25 rated player in California and a four-star rated prospect.