The NCAA’s Quiet Period has opened up another opportunity for LSU to dish out offers and the latest has been delivered to a recent camp standout.
Class of 2019 cornerback Bobby Wolfe reported an offer from the Tigers on Monday, three weeks after participating in LSU’s elite high school camp in Baton Rouge.
The 3-star cornerback is the rated as the No. 27 prospect at his position in the 2019 recruiting class, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He ranks just outside the top-300 nationally and is a top-60 recruit from Texas.
Wolfe attended LSU’s prospect camp shortly after giving a verbal commitment to SEC West rival Ole Miss in May. He also boasts offers from Tulsa, Bowling Green and Louisiana-Lafayette, among others.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound defensive back from Houston boasts the size that Tigers secondary coach Corey Raymond loves in his cornerbacks. LSU has one defensive back committed to its 2019 recruiting class: 4-star Tennessee corner Maurice Hampton.
Raymond also has offers out to a handful of in-state targets such as one-time commit Derek Stingley Jr. and Devin Bush, and out-of-state targets such as Akeem Dent, Max Williams, Adonis Otey, Tyus Fields, Tayvion Land, Brandon Turnage and UCLA commit Chris Steele, among others.