Texas A&M’s 2019 class took a big blow late Tuesday night as 4-star cornerback prospect Bobby Wolfe announced he was opening up his recruitment.
Wolfe, who had only been committed to A&M for about a month, announced the decision on Twitter:
Trusting the process…… pic.twitter.com/ylFjvqDcMB
— Bobby “HOLLYWOOD” Wolfe🎬 (@iambobbywolfe1) March 7, 2018
“The Aggies are absolutely incredible and I don’t think I’ll change how I feel about the Gigem family,” Wolfe wrote. “I just want to thank coach Fisher, coach Elko and the entire Texas A&M staff. With that being said I will be de-committing from Texas A&M and re-opening my recruitment.”
The decision comes just a couple days after Wolfe received offers from Nebraska and Georgia.
Despite only being in the Aggies’ class for a month — he originally committed on Feb. 4 — Wolfe made headlines for his aggressive support of Texas A&M.
“Our class is going to be way better than Texas,'” Wolfe said on Feb. 10. He does not currently have an offer from the Longhorns, but it will be interesting to see if they get in the mix after this latest news.
According to 247Sports composite, the Houston, Texas, native is the No. 18 cornerback and the No. 197 overall player for the class of 2019.
Texas A&M’s class is still No. 5 in the country and No. 3 in the SEC, thanks mostly to 5-star safety commit Brian Williams. A&M is currently without a cornerback commit in the cycle, but there’s a long way to go until National Signing Day.