Wright says he does not have a leader at this point and hopes to make a decision sometime in January, possibly at the Army All-American Bowl.
Wright is from the same high school (St. Thomas Aquinas) as former OSU safety Nate Salley.
"Yeah, I know Nate," Wright said. "He's a great guy."
Wright has led St. Thomas Aquinas to a 7-1 record this season. He has 35 tackles, three interceptions, two blocked punts and one touchdown.
As a junior in 2005, Wright had six interceptions, 60 tackles, three blocked punts and 10 tackles-for-loss.
He has already added six pounds since the summer and knows he might grow into a linebacker at some point, especially if he is able to keep all of his speed.
"Yes sir, a lot of schools are saying I might be a linebacker down the road," Wright said.
What are OSU's coaches saying to him?
"They are telling me they want me as a strong safety," he said.
Wright is being recruited by OSU assistant coach Darrell Hazell.
"He's a great person," Wright said. "I haven't met him in person yet, but he keeps in touch a couple times a week."
Wright was asked what stands out about Ohio State.
"Well, obviously it's a great football program and you can see that with their No. 1 ranking," he said. "And they also have a really good broadcast communications major which is what I want to do. A lot of former Ohio State athletes have went on to broadcasting careers."
Wright has never been to Columbus but is looking forward to being in attendance for the OSU-Michigan showdown.
"That's going to be great seeing a huge game like that," he said.