It didn’t surprise many when Catalina Foothills 2017 signal caller Rhett Rodriguez committed to play for his father, but the younger Rodriguez also might bring a friend or two along.
“Rhett is one of my best buddies from his time here in Michigan,” said Saline (Mich.) 2017 tight end Bryce Wolma. “I was going to go down there and hang out with him, but it was also a good opportunity to see Arizona and get to know the coaches a little better.
“I don’t have an offer or anything, but it sounds like they will keep a close eye on me. I like the offense they have and I certainly felt at home there. I hope they continue to recruit me.”
Regardless of an Arizona offer, Wolma is already garnering a ton of regional interest.
“A lot of teams that border on Michigan have offered me scholarships and I’m appreciative of all those places, but I want to see what other offers I can get," he said.
Indeed, Wolma is giving up other sports to make this dream come true.
“I like baseball and have played it for a while, but I think my future is in football and so I had to make a decision," Wolma said. "So, right now, I’m lifting hard and just doing a bunch of football related activities.”
There isn’t a time frame for Wolma to choose a school.
“That is so far off that I don’t even know when it will be," he said. "I would like to say that when I get an offer and like a certain place I will go ahead and commit, but, again, this process is still new to me.”