The offers continue to pour in for Tabor Academy Class of 2014 two-sport star Miles Wright, the latest this afternoon from Bryant University's basketball program.
"Great visit today, picked up another scholarship offer from Bryant University!" Wright wrote in a tweet.
The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Wright is drawing interest in basketball, where he is a shooting guard, and football, where he plays quarterback. Boston College and Syracuse have offered strictly for football, while Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, Brown and Bryant have offered for basketball only. UMass and Yale have an interest in Wright playing both sports for them, while New Hampshire and Holy Cross have expressed interest in having him for either sport.
Earlier this month, Wright told ESPNBoston.com correspondent Chris Bradley he likely won't be making a decision on college until the fall, telling him, "I’m going to wait until summer is over, just so that I have a good feel of what schools really want me."
Wright previously starred at Boston Latin for three years, before transferring to Tabor last summer and re-classifying to the 2014 class. He made his impact felt immediately on the gridiron, accounting for 23 touchdowns (12 passing, 11 rushing) for the 6-2 Seawolves. ESPN ranks him as a three-star prospect, and the No. 6 overall football recruit in Massachusetts.