Greg Toal, head coach of Scout.com's No. 1 ranked high school, told his six FBS senior prospects that they can take one official visit before the season ends and all others have to wait. For Wright, he hopes his schedule allows him to officially visit Michigan No. 26 for the Wolverines' season finale.
"I'm going out to the Michigan, Ohio State game and that's going to be my first official," Wright said. "That's going to be unbelievable.
"I really like Michigan. They have tradition and have a lot of great cornerbacks come from there. I need to learn more about them, though, so hopefully I make it there for my official."
Unofficially, Wright has been to Colorado and Rutgers and is considering both for official visits as well.
"I have a really good relationship with [Rutgers defensive backs coach Jeff Hafley] and [Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano] there," Wright said. "I feel like I can really go there and grow and get better playing for those two role models."
"They're pushing me to go to Rutgers," Wright said. "It's fun having them both in my ear."
Wright recently expressed interest to Scout.com of playing far away from his home in New York, but clarified his statement to including Rutgers after his team's 35-0 victory Saturday over Ridgewood.
"The only school I'm looking at close to home is Rutgers," Wright said. "I'm not afraid to leave New York and New Jersey to make a name for myself. I really like some schools far away from home, but I also like Rutgers. I like them a lot."
In the victory over Ridgewood, Wright caught a touchdown pass in his first career game as receiver. After the game, however, Wright said he is only interested in playing corner at the college level.
"It was actually my first day playing receiver," Wright said. "I just got put there this week. I've played receiver all my life, so it's a natural fit everything. … It gives us more of a threat in the passing game [with] me and Leonte."