247 recently gave an update on 4⭐️ TE Hudson Wolfe and here is what they had to say⬇️
Hudson Wolfe was planning to take official visits to Ohio State this month and Alabama next month before announcing his college choice. But the NCAA recently extended the ongoing dead period for recruiting through the end of July, ending his hopes of hitting the road again this summer.
He decided there’s now no reason for him to wait much longer.
The four-star Class of 2021 tight end from Hardin County High School in Savannah, Tenn., said he’s deciding “between a couple” of schools and hoping to announce a commitment within the next couple weeks, and while doesn’t have a decision date “set in stone” at this point, he’s added that he’s “kind of pushing himself for June 13th.”“I mean, I don’t have a school set yet, where I want to be,” said Wolfe. “I’m still kind of going back and forth between a couple.” Tennessee hosted Wolfe on his most recent visit before everything got shutdown. The home-state Vols have continued to make him a high priority, with coach Jeremy Pruitt personally taking on a significant role in Wolfe’s recruitment.
Tennessee offensive line coach Will Friend and first-year tight ends coach Joe Osovet also have stayed in contact with Wolfe, who received a scholarship offer from the Vols in January 2019 and has been one of their top in-state targets in recent months. “They kind of want me to come in and be a guy for them,” Wolfe said. “With my skill set, being able to do the things that I can do, (they want me) coming in and playing from the get-go.” “The recruiting class that they’re putting together, as well, is a very good one,” Wolfe said. “Coach Pruitt believes it, and I trust him and I believe what he’s saying when they say that they’ll win this year, and in the next couple years they’ll win big games. All I can do is believe it.”
My Prediction: Wolfe to Tennessee confidence: 75%