|Full name||Wilber Mauricio Wright Reynolds|
|Date of birth||December 20, 1970|
|Place of birth||San José, Costa Rica|
|Playing position||Defender Retired|
|Cartaginés (Head Coach)|
|1999–2000||San Jose Earthquakes||36||(3)|
|2000–2001||New England Revolution||40||(3)|
|2011–2012||Municipal Pérez Zeledón|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).|
Wílber Mauricio Wright Reynolds (born December 20, 1970 in San José, Costa Rica) is a former Costa Rican soccer defender, a key member of the Costa Rican national team for over ten years. He reached the winter championship in 2009 as head coach of Brujas FC, currently he is the head coach of Municipal Pérez Zeledón.
Wright was capped 67 times for the Costa Rica national football team. After not playing in qualifying rounds, he started in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, scoring a goal. He also played (and scored) in the 1997 and 2004 Copa Américas.
Wright played three seasons (1999–2001) in Major League Soccer, split between the San Jose Clash (later Earthquakes) and the New England Revolution. He scored six goals and added three assists in MLS league play. Wright has also played for Deportivo Saprissa and Club Sport Herediano in Costa Rica, Comunicaciones in Guatemala, and AEK in the Greek Super League. With Saprissa, he has won three national championships and two CONCACAF Champions Cup, and returned to the team to play his last season as a professional, accomplishing his dream of retiring as a 'morado'.