Reed offers Maryland CB

Among the first offers Clemson defensive backs coach Mike Reed sent out during the current evaluation period was to this 2016 cornerback from Maryland.

CB Myles Wolfolk Profile

Last week, Reed stopped by Wise High School in Upper Marlboro to check in on sophomore cornerback Myles Wolfolk. Just 24 hours prior to Reed's visit, he informed Wolfolk of the Clemson offer.

"I talked with him. They're really excited about it. I'm really excited about it. They're hoping to get me down there on a visit soon," Wolfolk told CUTigers, during a recent interview.

The 6-foot-1, 175-pound cornerback is somewhat familiar with the Clemson program.

"I know they did good this season. They won the Orange Bowl. I know they had a good season," he said. "They had Sammy Watkins. He's going high in the draft. I know they have a nice program and a good fan-base, but I'm still doing a little research on them right now.

"I didn't know much about them. I've been checking up on them now that I have the offer."

Wolfolk sports two other offers: Boston College and UConn. He believes N.C. State and/or Maryland could be next.

"I'm just blessed to have what I have now. I'm really happy about the three that I've got, hoping that I get more, more and more come in," Wolfolk said. "I'm still young. I've got time."

As the recruiting process continues to heat up, Wolfolk will be considering a few things.

"Well, it's a lot of stuff that I'm going to have to like about the school, for me to decide," he said. "One would have to be that my family likes the school. If they don't like it, then I probably won't like it. I'm going to do some research on every school that offers me. The best few, I'm going to try to get a visit to. I'm going to try to get to as many as I can, but mostly the best few that I like when I research."

As a sophomore at Largo High School, Wolfolk had 30 tackles and seven interceptions. Top Stories