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He attended Colton High School in Colton, California.
Wright played football at Colton High School in Colton, California, where he was a star player. He had 68 tackles and 2 sacks in 2005, plus ran for 1,094 yards on 78 carries (14.1 avg.) with 16 TDs and caught 13 passes for 336 yards (25.8 avg.) with 4 TDs despite missing the first 2 games with a broken left hand. He also ran track at Colton, where he posted a best of 11.4 seconds in the 100-meter dash.
Wright was a backup cornerback and key special teams player as a freshman in 2006, his first year at USC. Overall in 2006 while appearing in all 13 games, he had 15 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries (versus Arizona State and Stanford).
Wright was used often as USC's nickel back and also played on special teams as a sophomore in 2007. Overall in 2007 while appearing in 11 games (all but Stanford and Arizona), he had 29 tackles, including 3.5 for losses of 26 yards (with an 8-yard sack), plus 4 deflections.
Wright was set to start at cornerback as a junior in 2009, but was ruled academically ineligible in 2009 fall camp and had to sit out the regular season. He regained his eligibility for the bowl game against Boston College and started that contest, getting 2 tackles and an interception (which set up a USC touchdown). He was limited in 2009 spring practice while recuperating from a neck injury.
The 2010 season was the only one in which he was a full-time member of USC's secondary, as he started all games he played in and was voted a team captain.
Wright works closely with the Junior Diabetes Foundation. The daughter of his former football coach from Colton High School has the disease and it inspired Wright to help. In September 2011, he was invited to throw out the first pitch at a San Diego Padres game as an introduction to his partnership with the foundation.
Wright had appeared on track for a big year in 2012 after appearing in just seven games as a rookie. He was coming off a solid preseason, one that included a performance against Dallas in which he had a 73-yard interception return, a sack and forced fumble, and two passes defensed. But on the first play of the Chargers’ 2012 opener at Oakland, Wright hurt his foot while making a special teams tackle inside the 20 and it sent him to the sidelines for the rest of the night and for the next six games. Once healed, Wright played in each of the Chargers’ last nine games, and he finished the year with 14 tackles on defense and seven on special teams.
On March 14, 2015, Wright signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers. After being inactive for the first three games of the 2015 season, it announced that he was seeking a trade or his release from the 49ers. The 49ers granted his request by releasing him on October 10.
Just a couple of days after Wright's release from the 49ers on October 13, 2015, the Ravens signed Wright after Will Davis suffered a season-ending ACL tear.
On March 7, 2016, the Baltimore Ravens signed Wright to a three-year contract extension. On March 7, 2017, Wright was released by the Ravens.
On May 1, 2017, Wright signed a one-year contract with the Buffalo Bills. He played in 12 games with five starts, recording 44 tackles with five passes defensed and one interception.
On March 19, 2018, Wright signed a one-year contract with the Oakland Raiders. He was released on September 1, 2018.
On September 11, 2018, Wright signed with the Houston Texans. He played in 12 games with five starts, recording 32 combined tackles and five passes defensed.
Currently, Shareece Wright is 35 years, 5 months and 24 days old. Shareece Wright will celebrate 36th birthday on a Saturday 8th of April 2023.
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