Tennessee football recruiting: Volunteers continue to build mammoth four-star TE Hudson Wolfe

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Tennessee is included in the recruitment has been one of the best non-coronavirus stories of the judgment, and that hot streak continued on Monday morning. Hudson Wolfe, a four-star tight end in the Class of 2021, committed to the Flights video posted on his Twitter account. He chose the Flight on several suitors, including Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Ole Miss.

Wolfe, a 6-foot-6, 240 pounds of Hardin County High School in Savannah, Tennessee, is the no. 235 overall prospect, the ninth-ranked tight end and the sixth best player in the state.

“They have won in the past, and I am confident that we will be back to win again,” Wolfe said. “I am pleased to represent my country and be part of the next championship. I was there back in 2015 at the double overtime Oklahoma game, and it is still the largest and strongest of the fan experience that I have been a part of. I can’t wait to be on the field and run through the ” T ” as myself “.

Wolfe size as the increase in the high school makes it a strange perspective to the next level. Barton Simmons, director of scouting for 247Sports, provided this scouting report detailing Wolfe’s options after it in a college strength and conditioning program.

“Large, long-body tight end with a big catch radius and body type that is still in a maturation phase,” Simmons wrote. “Has the image of a future offensive tackle, but it is not too bulky to stay at tight end. The of the feet and fluidity for a long body. Flashes some catch-and-run athletics. Consistent pass catcher. Sinks hips as a blocker and can lock down small defenders. Finishes blocks. Better than a traditional in-line tight end, but is comfortable with the blocking angles and convey the concepts of H-back. Lack of separation speed. Not much evidence of a rare athletics. The size is biggest asset. Very competent tight end that has the look of a consistent Power Five starter and a body type that has some position versatility. ”

Wolfe’s commitment to Tennessee is another in a long line of recent commitments to coach Jeremy Pruitt and Flights. Wolfe is the 24th player to commit to Pruitt in the Class of 2021, and the 20th since the 1st of March. Tennessee, is currently ranked no. 3 in the 2021 recruiting team rankings and has the top class in the SEC.

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