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Wrights performance was right on

While there is no doubt that four-star cornerback Shareece Wright (5-11, 180, 4.53) from Colton, Calif., is one of the Golden State's best defensive backs, checking in as the No. 14 cornerback in the nation in the Rivals.com rankings, but if he continues to play the way he did in the opener at the running back position Rivals.com just might have to change his position to running back.
What did Wright do that has caused such a stir throughout the Inland Empire and Southern California?
Wright rushed for 281 yards on nine carries. Let me get my calculator out. That computes to a 31.2 yards per carry average. He also scored three touchdowns on the night while helping Colton to a 55-37 victory over San Diego (Calif.) Rancho Buena Vista.
Wright would have had four touchdowns but one was called back.
One defense, Wright racked up five tackles while the opposition didn't throw his way.
Needless to say the phone has been ringing off the hook at the Wright household.
"All the schools that have offered me have called since September 1st," the Rivals250 member said. "Cal called tonight (Sunday September 11th)."
Besides Cal; Arizona, ASU, Oregon, Washington, Washington State, LSU and Nebraska are a sampling of the schools that have offered.
Boise State and Kansas have picked up their recruitment of Wright and have also called.
Wright had a great trip to Nebraska and he is planning on setting up more.
"I'm planning on visiting LSU," Wright said. "I have been talking to LSU about a visit date."
"I'm also talking to Oregon about visiting," Wright said. "There's a good chance that I will visit Oregon."
Wright could be a very busy young man this coming weekend. He and his Colton teammates will be taking on Paso Robles, Calif., in Paso Robles this Friday Night.
All west coast recruitneks knew that Wright and his two good friends five-star linebacker Allen Bradford (his Colton teammate) and four-star corner Devin Ross went on a road trip to the great northwest this past summer.
While heading up to Oregon and Washington they went through Paso Robles and from Colton folks that is a good hike.
Wright saw the sign Welcome to Paso Robles and he asked Bradford, "Isn't this where we play this year?" and Bradford replied, "Man this is far."
Shareece Wright VideoClick After the long road trip to Paso Robles, Wright is going to try to get to the UCLA game the next day at 12:30 in the afternoon and then he is going to try to make the USC/Arkansas game later that evening.Here to view this Link.