When teammate Steven Hoffart was offered by Washington State and decided to leave early to enroll in Pullman, defensive line coach Malik Roberson told Wright he wanted him up there as well.
"He said he wanted me to come and play with Steven and Brandon (Rankin)," Wright said. "He told me he loved the way I play football, how intense I am and how I never stop moving, he loves my motor."
While he didn't commit, don't think for a second he didn't contemplate it.
Wright had hoped to visit Washington State the first weekend of the season, but the Cougars will be on the road playing Oklahoma State on September 4th, so he said he'll need to set things up for after the season.
"We don't really have a bye week at all this year," Wright said. "I'll get up there to visit them though and that could go a long way into how comfortable I feel with them.
"Steven loves it there and I think I could really enjoy myself there too."
In addition to his offer from the Cougars, Wright also has offers from North Texas and Arkansas State and schools like Oklahoma State, SMU, UCLA, California, Texas A&M, New Mexico, Nevada, Tennessee and Georgia have all made it known they will have their eyes on him this fall.
Wright is on pace to finish his AA degree in December and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.
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