"I feel like I can throw the ball well," Wolke said. "I just love sitting in the pocket, making my reads and throwing the ball. But I also like to scramble and make something happen. I am not that fast but I am quick and I can make people miss."
According to Wolke, he has a scholarship offer from Middle Tennessee State with offers looming soon from some big schools.
"I am pretty sure that Vanderbilt and Tennessee will offer very soon. Nebraska, Michigan, Wake Forest, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, and Vandy have all called. Right now, I am pretty open between Tennessee, Nebraska, Alabama, Michigan, Florida and Vandy. I want to take my visits and see what is out there. Football is very important to me but so are grades and education. I want to get set for life. That is important to me. I want to take my official visits and see what is going on."
Wolke father, Max, played running back for the Tennessee Stars, a semi-pro team. For more information on Wolke, check out his web-site at DavidWolke.com