Arkansas Cornerback Target opts to Reopen Recruiting

By Otis Kirk

As expected, Houston (Texas) Madison four-star cornerback Bobby Wolfe has opted to reopen his recruiting. 

Wolfe, 6-1, 180, who committed to Texas A&M on July 3, decommitted on Twitter Sunday afternoon. 


The talented cornerback took an official visit to Arkansas on June 7-9. He was offered by the Razorbacks on Jan. 19. He holds approximately 30 offers. 

He’s being recruited to Arkansas by Mark Smith with help from Ron Cooper and John Chavis. Arkansas currently has 23 public commitments. 

The Razorbacks have commitments from Rison’s Malik Chavis and Murfreesbobo (Tenn.) Blackman’s Adonis Otey to play cornerbacks while Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson’s Myles Brooks is committed to play safety.  Arkansas is also very involved with New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr cornerback Devin Bush and Mansfield (Texas) Legacy safety Jalen Catalon. 

Saturday Offers

The Hogs offered two recruits who were in Fayetteville on Saturday for the game. 

They offered Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab offensive tackle Dylan Rathcke, 6-5, 305, and Bryant Class of 2020 outside linebacker Catrell Wallace, 6-6, 205. 

Rathcke currently also holds offers to Colorado State, UAB, Kentucky, Louisville, Western Kentucky, South Alabama, Arkansas State, Tulane, Texas State, Southern Miss, Louisiana and Lousiana-Monroe. 

Wallace is the second in-state prospect in the Class of 2020 to be offered by the Hogs. The first one was Morrilton quarterback Jacolby Criswell. Arkansas is the first offer for Wallace. 

Criswell had a big game on Friday night when leading his team to a 52-30 victory over Farmington. Criswell completed 19 of 28 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing five times for 47 yards and another touchdown. 


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