Earlier this week, Saline (Mich.) tight end Bryce Wolma committed to Northwestern. Nearly 48 hours later, he changed his mind.
“The visit to Northwestern just blew me away,” Wolma said. “I wasn’t expecting anything like that. It was perfect.
“When the coach called me up and asked me if I wanted to be a Northwestern Wildcat, I went ahead and committed.”
As soon as Wolma made his commitment public, the second thoughts started.
“It felt good at the time, but the more time elapsed, the more I started to think that I made the wrong decision,” he said.
“The more I thought about Arizona, the more I thought that it was just home. In the end I felt I was going to end up at Arizona one way or the other.”
Wolma knows Rich Rodriguez from his days at Michigan and has developed a friendship with Rhett.
For that reason, Wolma is able to strongly trust Arizona’s coaching staff.
“It means a lot that I have a buddy going there and I’m familiar with the staff,” he said. “Plus, I know exactly how they will use me.
“Honestly, it’s a relief to get this decision out of the way. There won’t be a decommitment. I am 100 percent in.”