Recruiting Update: Cameron Wright

Attending the Colorado Quarterback Academy, qualifying for the state track meet and hitting the weight room hard has made for a busy spring for Ralston Valley QB Cameron Wright. Wright hopes this hard work will pay off with increased recruiting attention and more importantly another shot at a state title.

One of the top returning signal callers in the state of Colorado is Ralston Valley quarterback Cameron Wright.  This past season, the 6'2 188 pound Wright had 2001 all purpose yards and eleven scores while leading Ralston Valley to an 11-2 season and an appearance in the state playoffs.  With a nice returning nucleus of himself and running back Sam Bierbaur along receiver Brandon Ribble, the Mustangs hope to make a run back to the 4A title game.


As is the case with most athletes this time of year, Wright is very busy prepping for next season.  Currently, Wright is lifting four days a week with the Ralston Valley team and working with his receivers. He also just finished his track season, where he qualified for state in the 300 hurdles.  Along with track, Cameron was a participant in the Tom Thenell quarterback academy.  As well as camps with his Ralston Valley team, Wright will attend camps at Colorado State and the University of Colorado in June.


In a recent testing period, Cameron registered a 4.6 forty to go along with a 230 pound bench, 330 pound squat, 205 pound power clean and a thirty inch vertical jump.  In regard to recruiting, Colorado, Colorado State, Utah, Washington State, Washington and D2 Western State appear to show the most interest.  Last week, Cameron and his father made an unofficial visit to Utah and Colorado State came by the Ralston Valley campus. According to Wright, the amount of mail is increasing and some schools may me stopping by Ralston Valley before the end of the school year.  Wright hopes this will lead to "the talk getting a little more serious at some point."