Despite overtures from Iowa and even a possible late offer from Notre Dame, it appears Bishop Dwenger senior Remound Wright is staying firm with his intent to sign with Stanford to play college football.
The All-State running back had committed to Stanford, but had interest from other schools when coach Jim Harbaugh jumped to the NFL.
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz was in town Jan. 20 for six hours to talk with Wright, but apparently canceled a visit to the Hawkeyes' campus last weekend.
Dwenger coach Chris Svarczkopf said Wright was still headed to Stanford, and a news release from the school lists Wright as signing a letter of intent Wednesday during Signing Day to Stanford.
Wright has been visited by Stanford coaches since Harbaugh's departure and took his official visit to the California campus during the weekend of Jan. 14-16.
According to a source, Notre Dame had offered Wright a scholarship Saturday, but the 5-foot-9, 198-pounder still was headed to Stanford.
The Irish have only one running back committed in this year's recruiting class.
Svarczkopf said he hadn't heard about the Notre Dame offer and had spoken with Wright on Monday.