Milton Wright has seen an uptick in his offer list, his newest offer being the exclamation mark. Alabama head coach Nick Saban personally extend a scholarship offer to Wright on March 8th.
"Nick Saban offered me personally. His level of focus and detail was just different than other coaches. They want me as an outside receiver and told me how I would be used and how other players with my skill set performed in their offense," said Wright. "I know there is a lot of competition at Alabama but I feel confident in my ability to compete against anyone."
Other schools that stand out for Wright are OSU, Purdue, Kentucky, and Georgia.
Ohio State: "I spoke with Urban Meyer yesterday (Friday, March 9th) and they stay in contact with me often."
Purdue: "I visited Purdue last weekend, it was fantastic. I was surprised at how nice their facilities were. A lot of schools hype their's up but Purdue's were the real deal."
Kentucky: "Their new wide receiver's coach (Michael Smith) is cool. UK isn't as demanding as the other school's. I consider them a possibility."
Georgia: I'm looking forward to getting down there for a visit soon and meeting with the staff. Dawg Night sounds like it would be fun."
Wright says that he hasn't eliminated any schools and is open to visiting others but currently those five schools stand out the most. Coaching stability and fit are very important to Wright and his family.
He plans on visiting Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, and Kentucky this off season and will also attend the Rivals 3-Stripe Camp in Nashville as well as the regional Opening.