One program the 6-foot-6, 230-pound Wolf is hoping to impress in the near future is Notre Dame, a school he camped with this summer.
"Notre Dame was kind of a make-shift camp with some of the committed guys," said Wolf. "We just ran a few routes and did a few drills. There was nothing too intense, but we did do a lot of good things and I picked up some great tips for this summer and going into the fall to improve my game."
What did Irish coaches tell Wolf about any early interest they may have?
"They said there were some ups and downs," said Wolf. "They said there were a lot of positives, but also a couple of negatives. They said my hands are great and that I have the size, body and build they like. They said to just continue to get bigger and stronger.
What does Wolf feel he needs to do to turn Irish coaches heads and earn an offer?
"The one thing I need to work on is my lower body strength," said Wolf. "This will help me with my forty and breaking in and out of my cuts when I run routes."