According to reports, Wolf spent most of his time breaking down tape of about a dozen collegiate QBs, presented written reports, sat in on personnel meetings and consulted with Sherman.
"I was just a small part of it," Wolf said of the Packers' evaluation of the quarterbacks. "(Sherman) called me in to do some things and I did."
Wolf modestly deferred to Sherman on most issues connected with the Packers' April draft.
"I think most of that should come from him.
That track record alone is reason to believe in Wolf's prowess in the draft, said Packer President Bob Harlan.
"I thought it was (smart)," Harlan said. "You look at his track record and I think it makes a lot of sense. You get another guy's opinion, someone who will give you something to think about."