Wright keeping options open

Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco cornerback Yuri Wright recently listed six schools that he's taking a hard look at, and he pointed towards two that he's especially interested in.
Wright, a four-star prospect and the No. 3 cornerback in the nation, said he was taking a look at Rutgers, Michigan, Georgia, Notre Dame, Cal and Michigan State earlier in the week.
He then stated that he feels very strongly about Rutgers and Cal.

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On Saturday, he issued a clarification.
"Right now I'd say things are pretty much open," Wright said. "I don't have a number (of favorites) or anything like that. I don't have a timetable either."
Wright is certain about one thing, however.
"I'm still going to be taking all of my (official) visits," he noted.
The Garden State prospect is planning on taking those official visits and then announcing his decision at the U.S. Army All-American Game in January.
"I don't really know which schools I'm taking my officials to yet," he said. "I know I can probably visit the schools that are closer without taking officials to them. The local schools will probably just be unofficials for me."
Don Bosco's first game is on September 10.