Posted On: 12/29/17 7:47 AM
January 19 2018 a big day for Aidan Wright. Wright is a 6-2 junior guard from Ann Arbor Pioneer. He hasn’t taken the court yet this season due to transferring from Huron to Pioneer. January 19 is his first game eligible to play and it’s against his crosstown rival and former school, Huron.
Aidan Wright is a talented young player. First and foremost, the kid can shoot. He’s a threat to put up points at all three levels, especially with his floater in the lane. Wright is a strength on the defensive end as well and is a player who understands the game. Wright is a workhorse. Not just physically, but mentally as well. He takes pride in studying the game and his opponents. Wright considers himself more than a basketball fan. He considers himself a true student of the game.
Aidan Wright has been hard at work preparing for his return to the court. He has spent every free moment in the gym or studying the game. Wright realized that with a shortened season he had no time to lose. He’s been trying to come early and show up late in order to maximize his time in the gym.
Aidan Wright has a lot to offer a college program. He’s a versatile player that can play both guard spots and even put in time on the wing. With Wright, a college coach will get a true two way player who puts emphasis on the defensive end. He’s a very coachable kid who thrives under direction of a coach.
Aidan Wright‘s recruitment has begun. He has been contacted by the likes of Illinois State, Adrian College, Swarthmore College, Queens University, and Albion College. Wright is being actively recruited by Mid Atlantic University. Look for his recruitment to gain intensity as he hits the court for the first time this season. It will be interesting to see how it plays out as his game develops and he’s seen in live high school action again.
Aiden Wright will continue to develop as a prospect. With his outstanding work ethic, his focus on academics, and his parents motivating him to succeed, success should be just around the corner.