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QB Travis Wright claims offer

Louisville Trinity quarterback Travis Wright claimed on Twitter that FIU offered him one of its remaining 2013 scholarships.

Wright, 6-1, 185, quarterbacked Trinity to three consecutive Class 6A state titles. Last year, he completed 64.2 percent of passes for 3,529 yards and 39 touchdowns with 11 interceptions.

Wright's rated at two stars by Rivals.com and in Rivals top 20 nationally for dual threat quarterbacks. MaxPreps has him as the No. 1 quarterback in Kentucky, No. 11 in the nation. ESPN rates him at three stars. Scout.com and 247Sports don't rate him at all.

Despite a stellar high school career, this is Wright's first offer. I'm not sure why -- nobody I know in Louisville has anything negative to say about him -- but check out this story, done back in September by Sports Illustrated.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/highschool/09/24/uncommitted-quarterbacks-remain-patient/index.html

 

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