"It was good, they basically tried to show me what it would be like living there and what it would be like living the life of a college player," Wright said. "
"They didn't try to make it too fake by just only showing me the good things. They basically gave me freedom to hang out with the players. A lot of my visit was with the players, that's was really important to me."
UCLA and Stanford are the other two programs that remain in the mix for Wright's services. Wright is committed to visiting all three but said that you can't help but be impressed after you take an official visit.
"It's hard to come back from an official visit and not commit," Wright said. "I'm feeling really, really good about Michigan State right now but I could come back from UCLA and feel really good about them too."
Again, Michigan State did well with its visit but it's just his first one.
"I'd say that now that I've been to Michigan State during the school year they're kind of a little bit in the lead right now but that can change. I haven't seen the other schools during the school year and things like that. I'm really looking forward to seeing the other two schools and I can also see myself playing at the other two schools."
Stay tuned as Wright remains one of the more significant big men targets still on the board.