Kendall Wright Talks Recruiting

Kendall Wright is one of the most versatile athletes in the state of Texas. He played quarterback, wide receiver and cornerback at Pittsburg High School this year. Wright is drawing interest from several Big 12 schools and has been invited to attend two junior days inside his home state.

"Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Texas A&M," Kendall Wright said when asked about his schools of interest.

Wright doesn't have a clear-cut favorite at this point in time. He is still wide open as far as recruiting goes but likes what each school has to offer.

"I think they all have good schools, and they are all on TV," Wright said. "They can all put you in the pros."

Wright has received official invites to attend junior days at both Texas A&M and Baylor. He expects the other schools on his list to extend an invite in the near future.

"I'm going to try to make all of them. Texas A&M has one on the 27th (January) and the 3rd of February and March. I will probably try to make the one in February or March," Wright said. "Baylor has also invited."

Wright has not received any offers up to this point but expects them to come rolling in after he takes his ACT.

"Not yet," Wright said when asked if he had received any offers. "I haven't taken the ACT or SAT yet. I am taking it next month on the 10th."

The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Wright earned Second Team All-East Texas honors for his performance during his junior season. He could play wide receiver or cornerback on the next level.


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