Remound Wright, the 5-foot-8, 195-pound four-star running back from Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne, Ind., has around 15 total scholarship offers and says he's getting close to narrowing it down.
"I'm still trying to do that," Wright said. "I should have a top five set in July."
Although Wright still denies a leader, he's already visited Stanford, Iowa, Michigan and Michigan State. All have offered as well as Boston College, Ball State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Indiana and a few others.
Wright says his latest offer was from Michigan, but admits it's only a verbal offer at this point. "They said that I was one of the best they've seen," he said.
He is being recruited by Wolverines defensive line coach Bruce Tall. "I should be getting the written offer this month," he said. "That's what they said.
"I love their facilities," he said about Michigan. "The new indoor facility is great and the program has a rich football history."
Wright says he isn't concerned by the Wolverines recent struggles. "They haven't been great the last few years," he said. "But they have the players and should be a good team this year."
Also high on Wright's list is in-state rival Michigan State. "My favorite thing about them is the coaches," he said. "Coach Mark Dantonio is great and (offensive coordinator) coach Don Treadwell is the greatest.
"I've been there four times already and feel very comfortable there," he said about the Spartans. "It feels like a family."
The school that is recruiting Wright the hardest is Iowa. "I talk with them a lot," he said. "And I must get like three pieces of mail from them every day. They've also dropped by my school a few times too."
Wright has already visited Iowa and says he'll be visiting them again later in June. "I like their football history," he said. "They always have good running backs and a good offensive line. I like how they play and they have good academics too."
Speaking of academics, Wright says the thing that stands out about Stanford is their academic prestige. "I love their academics," he said. "But they're a good team too. They are coming up and if I went there I could be part of helping them turn it around. I really like coach Jim Harbaugh."
Wright also has some family near Palo Alto as well. "I have family in San Jose, which is like 30 minutes away," he said.
"Stanford has a lot to offer," he said. "They have that great California weather and a Nike contract…they have a lot of those little things."
Wright says he's also hearing from Purdue, Illinois, Ohio State, Georgia Tech and North Carolina quite a bit as well. "They haven't offered yet," he said. "But they might be. They're all recruiting me a lot."
Ideally, Wright says he'd prefer to decide before his senior season. "But I might wait because I want to take some official visits," he said. "That's a once in a lifetime opportunity."
Wright is ranked as the No. 20 running back in the country by Scout.com.
He reports a 4.3 core GPA (on a 4.0 scale) and a 1950 SAT. He is taking the ACT on September 11.