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Bobby Wolfe to announce his commitment on ESPN

Bobby Wolfe to announce his commitment on ESPN
Currently, the top five schools are Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Texas A&M. Vype

Houston Madison cornerback Bobby Wolfe made an early commitment to Texas A&M but ended up backing off his verbal pledge a month later. The 247Sports four-star prospect had plans to make another commitment in late October but has now solidified an earlier date on the big stage at The Opening Finals in Dallas, Texas.

The Opening Finals will showcase the nation's top talent on live on ESPN and that's when Wolfe will announce his commitment. Currently, the top five schools in contention for his services include Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Texas A&M.

While he technically decommitted from the Aggies, Jimbo Fisher's program are still the overwhelming favorites to earn another verbal pledge from him later this summer when he plans to announce.

 

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