In Wright's opening game, a loss to the South, he played 15 minutes, scored 4 points and had 8 rebounds. He struggled from the field going just 2-for-9 but there was a reason for his wayward game.
Wright, a small forward who can pass and handle by trade, worked out with the perimeter players in the morning but found himself cast in the role of power forward once the action began.
"Me playing the post, I've been doing that since the 9th grade," Wright said. "I'm trying to focus on being a wing. It's hard because the are so many guys here. It can be a hard set up."
Wright was a few relatively easy finishes away from a better statistical game. However, even if the shots had fallen, he would have been a little down on his game from the power forward slot. He hopes to get more time on the perimeter.
"I'd rather play 2 minutes as long as I'm playing in the right position. I hope to see that."
"I don't have a leader right now. I think I'll have a good idea [later]. Myself, I'll call colleges in August and maybe July."
So far, Wright has remained true to his word. He's always said he'll take his time with his decision. The No. 9 prospect in America will likely be a fall decision maker.