Wiley high wraps should not be a huge issue - the rear binding is pretty unrestrictive, and the toe is cut on the plate. When wearing it look at your toes, if they are not right near the horseshoe of the front plate, you can try to move the plate up. This might require cutting the rear plate shorter depending on what binding size you own and the length of your foot.
Another thing that I find helps getting the weight up, is just focusing on the hips and chest, squeeze those butt cheeks, press your hips forward, and think about putting your chest out like a strutting rooster. If you try to do that you will get close to far enough forwards or look really stupid.