Tennessee Football gained another verbal commitment on Monday as four-star tight end Hudson Wolfe announced he’s committing to Tennessee Football.
Jeremy Pruitt and the Tennessee football staff has been working hard on the recruiting trail with minimal spots remaining in Tennessee’s 2021 recruiting class. One big thing Pruitt has been focusing on is in-state recruiting. You have to win your state in recruiting before you win other states.
Tennessee’s most recent commit helps Pruitt gain another step towards that goal of once again owning the state of Tennessee on the recruiting trail.
Four-star tight end Hudson Wolfe announced on Monday that he’s committing to Tennessee, and he had to go up against some of the best recruiters in the country once again. Wolfe committed to the Vols over Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia LSU, and Ohio State.
With this commitment, Tennessee is now back at 24 verbal commits, and Wolfe makes the tenth four-star to commit to Tennessee, so the Vols are gaining some recognition throughout the country for now having double-digit four-star commits.
Wolfe is the No. 9 player in the state of Tennessee, No. 22 tight end in the country, and the No. 225 player nationally. Not too shabby for a tight end.
He stands at 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, which is pretty big for someone his age. Don’t be surprised when he gets even bigger once he’s on campus and he’s going through Pruitt’s workout program.
That frame would be a perfect starting point if he were coming onto campus this summer. He’s big, but he can move like someone 40 pounds lighter. He’s fast for his size and has really good hands, so you won’t see him dropping too many passes.
He’s athletic; he can catch, he can be a tight end or even a fullback from time to time if needed. He’s versatile, and he can offer Tennessee’s offense a lot depending on where they need him, and that might be the most exciting thing about him.