Cornerback Myles Wolfolk has been committed to Virginia Tech since last December, but that hasn’t stopped other schools from offering the Wise (Upper Marlboro, MD) product. Just this month, North Carolina and Kentucky extended scholarship offers to the 6’0”, 185-pound junior.
In an interview with TSL this past February, Wolfolk admitted he was keeping his options open as a precautionary measure, and not because he was having second thoughts about his decision.
“I’m pretty much set with my commitment, but in case anything happens I’m still looking at the schools that have offered me. I’m doing my research, just in case anything were to happen where I’d lose my scholarship or something,” Wolfolk said in February.
Wolfolk’s stance remains the same. While he is not ruling any school out, the talented DB appears rock solid in the decision he made last December. Torrian Gray is a big reason why.
“V-Tech is DBU and I’m a DB, so I feel like I can go there, Coach Gray can coach me up, I can play anywhere he wants me to play,” Wolfolk said.
Further discussing Coach Gray, Wolfolk said: “I like how he treats my family. I like how he is always looking out to say what’s up to my dad, to say what’s up to my mom, give ‘em hugs and all that. I like knowing that I’m going somewhere that will be about my family as much as I’m about my family. It is very comforting. I also like how he produces his defensive backs. Everybody knows him for producing corners.”
Wolfolk had hoped to make it down to Blacksburg for the Spring Game last month, but the weather kept him from making the trip. At this point there are no plans to visit Tech this summer, but he does plan on attending a few games in Lane Stadium – Ohio State is definite – this fall. Wolfolk said he has not made plans to visit any other schools besides Tech.
Back in April, the Wise standout participated in Nike’s “The Opening: D.C.” He measured in at 6’0”, 183 pounds, posted an electronically-timed 4.4-second shuttle, and posted a 34.8-inch vertical leap. Overall, Wolfolk felt good about the day.
“I felt like I did...
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