Wolfe visited Wisconsin officially on October 21. "It was a lot of fun. I spent a lot of the time with the coaches, especially the new coach next year, Bret Bielema, and we talked about where the program is heading. They said that they need a big class of lineman this year and plan to take five guys," Wolfe said. "I just love the atmosphere there on game day and the fans. It's a really great town because everything revolves around the college."
Wolfe says that Colorado is recruiting him the hardest. "I've talked to their head coach the most times and we're talking about me visiting them for the Nebraska game. Nothing is set yet.
"I also plan to visit Oregon because I don't really know too much about them. They are a great team and it just seems like a place I would like."
"Some schools want me to play guard, but I prefer tackle and that may be an issue. I just want to get along with the players and coaches and feel like I fit in," Wolfe said.
His team is currently 8-2.
He reports a 3.6 GPA and a 1720 SAT and 25 ACT.
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