Savannah (Tenn.) Hardin County four-star tight end Hudson Wolfe, one of Ohio State’s top remaining targets at the position, has committed to Tennessee.
— Hudson Wolfe (@HudsonWolfe80) June 15, 2020
Wolfe is currently ranked as the ninth-best tight end and No. 225 prospect overall in the 2021 class, and picked Tennessee over a top five that included Ohio State, along with Alabama, Georgia and Ole Miss. Sources have told Buckeye Sports Bulletin that Wolfe’s parents were a large factor in his decision to ultimately choose the home-state Volunteers over the Buckeyes.
Ohio State does have one commitment in the 2021 class at tight end in Aurora (Col.) Cherokee three-star Sam Hart, but are still looking to add one more at the position. Some other targets left at tight end in this class that have received offers from the Buckeyes are Tampa (Fla.) Carrollwood Day four-star Michael Trigg, who put Ohio State in his top 10 schools, Grandview, Texas four-star Dametrious Crownover, Littleton (Col.) Heritage four-star Terrance Ferguson and Bowling Green, Kentucky three-star Jordan Dingle.
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