Three visits set for Wolfgramm

A talented pass-rusher who teams are starting to look hard at is San Mateo DE Bernard Wolfgramm (6-3, 270). He played on a tough defensive unit that helped the Bulldogs make a post season run and now he's ready to start focusing on recruiting. He's got four offers to his name and he's set up three visits, although one might be delayed for a bit.

"I've got offers and visits set up with Washington State (Jan. 11th), Kansas State (Jan. 18th) and Hawaii (Jan. 26th)," Wolfgramm told JCFootball.com early on Wednesday. "I might need to reschedule the Hawaii visit though, becuase they had the coaching change and I haven't heard from them in a while.

"When they were at the Sugar Bowl, they called me and that's when we pretty much set up the visit, but I haven't heard anything new from them, so after this weekend I will touch base with them and see what's up."

The other school that has offered Wolfgramm is California and he said he's hoping to set up one with the Golden Bears soon.

For the season, Wolfgramm posted solid number while rotating between the strongside and weakside defensive end positions.

"I had 45 tackles and four sacks," Wolfgramm said. "I liked playing on either side, but I'm real comfortable on the weakside."

Wolfgramm runs the 40 in 4.8 seconds and he said it's his quick first step that allows him to get the advantage on the lineman in front of him.

"That's really what sets me apart," Wolfgramm said. "I'm good at getting a jump on the snap and then it's just about heart and desire."

Wolfgramm will graduate in May and he'll have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

We'll continue to track Wolfgramm's progress over the next few weeks as he gets ready to complete to recruiting process.

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