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Early Signing Period: 4-star CB Bobby Wolfe commits, signs with Arizona Wildcats

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Meet the rangy, talented corner from Houston

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The Arizona Wildcats signed an ultra talented, rangy cornerback from Houston on Wednesday in 4-star Bobby Wolfe.

Read on for Wolfe’s profile.


Height/Weight: 6-foot-2, 185 pounds

High School: Madison High School

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Ranking: No. 328 overall, No. 35 cornerback, No. 38 player in Texas

Star Rating: 4-star (247Sports Composite), 4-star (247Sports), 4-star (Rivals)

2018 Stats: Unknown

Career Stats: Unknown

Other Offers: Arkansas, Baylor, Bowling Green, Colorado, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Houston, Illinois, Louisiana, Louisville, LSU, Massachusetts, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Prairie View A&M, SMU, Southern Miss, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas State, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Wisconsin

Early Enrollee: Yes

Brandon’s thoughts: Wolfe is a stud. Plain and simple. He is a game changer in the defensive backfield and should see immediate playing time.

WIth Lorenzo Burns, Jace Whittaker, McKenzie Barnes, Azizi Hearn, Christian Young, Troy Young, Maurice Gaines, and Wolfe....that is a heck of a cornerback group. It may eventually be the best group on the defense.

Wolfe brings a lot to the table. He has great hips, smooth back pedal, and is a human hit stick. The future of the group looks bright with Gaines and Wolfe starting at CB for UA. This a heck of a get by Kevin Sumlin and company.

Gabe’s Thoughts: Enjoy Bobby Wolfe while you can because he’s league bound in three years. Arizona will have Lorenzo Burns and Jace Whittaker for next season at corner but it would not surprise me to see Wolfe rotating heavily from day one.

He can literally do it all. He has great size, plays well in zone or man, quick on his feet, instinctive, has nice hands and can hit. This is big time for Arizona to land a four-star prospect on a signing day with programs like Georgia, LSU and Texas A&M all over him.

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