2011 (Sophomore): Started five games and played in six overall ... completed 91-of-153 (59.5 percent) for 1,029 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions ... threw for 272 yards on 20-of-32 (62.5) passing with a career-long 65-yard score in first career start vs. Ball State ... 272 yards marked the highest total for an IU quarterback in his first start since Blake Powers (276 yards at Central Michigan - Sept. 2, 2005) ... went 21-of-27 (77.8) for a career-best 273 yards to go along with 30- and 40-yard TD strikes against South Carolina State ... also rushed for 41 yards for a career-high 314 total yards in the game ... passed for 209 yards at North Texas and 171 yards with a touchdown vs. Virginia ... named IU offensive player of the week following the South Carolina State game.
2010 (Freshman): Appeared in five games, including four Big Ten contests ... completed 5-of-12 passes for 80 yards with one touchdown and one interception ... threw a 62-yard TD at No. 6 Wisconsin ... took 14 snaps with 15 rushing yards and seven passing yards vs. Penn State.
2009: Redshirted the 2009 season.
Prep/Personal: Dual-threat quarterback for head coach Steve Cooley at Jeffersonville High School ... high school teammate of IU tight end Mike Carter ... first commit to the 2009 signing class ... rated the No. 20 dual-threat quarterback nationally by Rivals.com, the No. 36 athlete nationally by ESPN.com and the No. 45 quarterback nationally by Scout.com ... ranked the No. 12 prospect in the state of Indiana by Rivals.com ... set 12 career records at Jeffersonville and finished career as the school's all-time passing leader with 6,558 yards, 271 completions and 511 attempts ... responsible for 2,597 total yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior ... racked up 2,779 total yards and 39 touchdowns his junior season ... Jeffersonville earned the 5A sectional title for the first time in the decade ... four-year football and three-year basketball letterwinner ... parents are Edward Wright and Sandi Baker ... born on June 23, 1990, Edward Wright-Baker is a criminal justice major.
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