On Monday, Tennessee earned yet another four-star commitment, landing tight end Hudson Wolfe. The in-state product is the 24th known commitment of the 2021 cycle for the Volunteers, potentially the third from a tight end.
Wolfe joins Miles Campbell and Trinity Bell in the class, giving Tennessee another big body at the position. Wolfe checks in at 6-6, 240 pounds, ranking as the 225th player in the class. The Savannah, Tennessee native is the 6th ranked player in the state and the 9th rated tight end in 2021.
As a junior in 2019, Wolfe caught 25 passes for 381 yards and nine touchdowns. His best asset might just be that big frame, which provides him with a large catch radius that could pay off in the redzone. Wolfe has also done plenty of blocking during his high school career. He had a clear size and strength advantage at this level, but showed an ability to explode, drive and finish blocks. He appears more than capable of doing a little bit of everything — something that’s pretty valuable at the tight end spot.
Our own Clint Eiland even tossed out the idea of him growing into a different position sometime down the road.
Wolfe will enter college with near prototypical size and frame. He’s 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, essentially putting him very close to the ideal size for a tight end. He still hasn’t filled out his frame either, and it’s a distinct possibility that Wolfe turns into an offensive tackle in a couple years.
Take a look below and project for yourself.