Jimbo Fisher and his staff continue their recruiting rampage, securing the re-commitment of four-star Houston Madision cornerback Bobby Wolfe on Tuesday. Wolfe originally committed to the Aggies on Feb. 4, but decommitted only one month later. Arkansas appeared to be the primary competition for his services, but he also holds scholarship offers from Texas, Oklahoma, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Florida and Georgia and others.
100000000% Committed ❗️ pic.twitter.com/bty5sSY8co— Hollywood. (@iambobbywolfe1) July 3, 2018
Wolfe is rated as the 33rd-best player in Texas and the 245th-best player in the country, according to 247 Sports. He joins a 2019 Aggie secondary class that is already impressive with the commitments of safeties Brian Williams and Demani Richardson, and could grow even stronger if A&M can secure a commitment from cornerback Erick Young when he commits on July 4.
The Aggies now have 20 commits in their 2019 recruiting class, which is currently ranked #2 in the country, behind only Alabama.