The dominos of Hugh Freeze’s resignation from Ole Miss have already fallen, and it includes a recently offered LSU defensive back target.
Bobby Wolfe, who reeled in an offer from the Tigers on Monday, de-committed from Ole Miss on Thursday evening in the moments following the news.
The 3-star cornerback from Madison (Texas) High School in Houston camped in Baton Rouge last month. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect impressed at LSU’s elite high school camp with his size and coverage ability, and is a projected corner at the next level.
Wolfe is rated as the No. 27 cornerback in the Class of 2019, according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He’s a top-60 prospect from the Lone Star State.
Ole Miss was the first Power 5 school to jump in the mix for Wolfe, who gave a verbal pledge to the Rebels in June during an unofficial stop in Oxford, Miss. LSU followed suit a month later after he camped in Baton Rouge. Wolfe also visited Texas this week. The Longhorns could also extend an offer to the in-state recruit now that he has reopened his recruitment.