And while the Scarlet Knights will make Wright's list when he trims it in late June, his recruitment is going to last into 2012.
"I probably will make my final decision at the U.S. Army All-American game," said Wright, Scout.com's No. 6-ranked cornerback. "That's been one of my dreams since I was a little kid, to make a decision at a game. I think that is what I'm going to do."
Wright's impressive list of offers include Rutgers, Notre Dame, Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia, as well as a string of others, but his proximity to the Rutgers campus makes it easy for him to learn about the Scarlet Knights.
His main recruiter, assistant coach Jeff Hafley, was at Don Bosco on Monday to check in on more than a half-dozen Ironmen, including Wright.
"I have real good contact with Rutgers," Wright said. "It's going pretty good. I talk to coach Hafely. He's a real cool guy. He seems very honest and cares about what I'm trying to do, like making me a better player."
It also helps a few of Wright's former teammates are heading to Rutgers.
Wright already visited Colorado, and has a summer trip planned to Georgia. He is also trying to schedule a trip to Notre Dame for the summer.
"Colorado is the only school I've taken a trip to (aside from Rutgers)," Wright said. "I really enjoyed my time out there, and I'm looking into their program."
Wright is in high demand because of his mix of athleticism and size. He is 6-foot-2, 180 pounds, has loose hips and is long.
"There really aren't a lot of guys of my size that can play the position like I can," he said. "Everybody is recruiting me to play cornerback. I have the size to be able to play against big receivers."