Ole Miss verbal confirms his commitment after the visit

Bobby Wolfe out of Houston, TX., committed to Ole Miss a couple weeks before arriving on the campus for the first time last week for a camp. Did his feelings change after the visit?

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"Not at all," Wolfe said shortly after the camp was over. "If anything it just strengthened my feelings that I made the right choice. I couldn't wait to get an offer from because that's where I was going to go if I got one. I wasn't nervous at all about committing to Ole Miss before I ever tripped there, but now that I have visited, I'm glad I came. Who wouldn't like visiting their campus. It's amazing."

Bobby brought his mother with him on the trip.


"We got there on Thursday and had a chance to stay a couple days to see it all. I felt a lot of love and energy. I liked the way the coaches came after me. I really liked it."

What did the '19 defensive back want to find out about Ole Miss on the trip?

"I really wanted to learn about Hugh Freeze more. I have heard great things about him from other players in Texas who were offered by Ole Miss. They said Hugh Freeze was a really nice and genuine person. I really wanted to get to know Hugh Freeze more. After I spent a couple days with him I now know this is where I'm most definitely coming. I just love everything about coach Hugh Freeze and all of the assistants I got to meet. Everyone is just so down to earth. They just made me feel at home."

The 6-foot-2, 175-pound defensive back ran a sub 4.5 forty at the camp. He caught everyone's attention while performing. Bobby also had a chance to work out with the new defensive coordinator and coach Jason Jones.

"Coach Jones is a great coach. I think he's more into the techniques and teaching the players rather than just throwing the players aside and letting them play on sure talent. He wants to teach you the right technique on how to break on the ball and making sure you have the right technique."

The James Madison star summarized his trip in one simple statement.

"It just feels like home here. It's not all strict. Everybody is smiling. It feels like a real friendly place, a place where I want to spend the next years."


Yancy Porter is the recruiting analyst for the Ole Miss Spirit and he can be reached at yporter@scout.com


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