2015 dual threat QB dreams of Pac 12

Some high school prospects grow up watching and cherishing a certain college team or major conference. For 2015 California dual threat quarterback Damion Wright of Jurupa Hills HS, Wright grew up with a dream of one day of playing in the Pac 12 conference.

Some high school prospects grow up watching and cherishing a certain college team or major conference.

For 2015 California dual threat quarterback Damion Wright of Jurupa Hills HS, Wright grew up with a dream of one day of playing in the Pac 12 conference.

"It's something I have dreamed about," Wright told BuffPlayBook.com. "It's a great conference, their games are all over national television, everyone gets to watch you play on t.v"

Wright, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound athlete, describes himself as a dual threat signal caller, he has thrown for over 2,000 yards and rushed for another 600.

Right now the schools showing the most interest in Wright are Cal, Colorado, Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado State, BYU and Utah.

According to Wright, he is building a solid relationship with is his recruiting coach Andy LaRussa.

Wright got the opportunity to meet some of the Buff coaching staff over this past summer.

"I was at the camp that they hosted at the Redlands this summer," Wright said. "I got a chance to meet their coaches and get to see them coach."

Who is recruiting Wright the hardest?

"Colorado is sending me a lot of stuff, probably the most stuff of any school," Wright said. "I'm learning a lot of information about the campus, school and football team."

Does Wright have an early favorite?

"That's easy," Wright said. "Whoever offers me."


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