Bright will not be at WSU alone. He will be joining former Moore standout Joe Haddox, who just completed his freshman season with the Shockers.
Bright has high expectations on and off the field. He's pursing a degree in Engineering. He graduated from MHS with letter of distinction and was in the top 10 percent of his class with a GPA of 4.57.
"I am expecting the best from myself as any athlete should," Bright said. "I want to be a freshman All-American and even an All-American. Also I would love to be a leader with Christian influence out of the gate and I believe with my preparation from the spiritual standpoint with the Oklahoma City Ambassadors it will help me achieve this goal."