Jimbo Fisher has convinced yet another big recruit to join Texas A&M, as four-star CB prospect Bobby Wolfe has committed to the Aggies. Per 2018 unwritten rules, he made his announcement on Twitter.
Over the weekend, four-star receiver Kameron Brown, who was committed to UCLA until the end of January when he re-opened his recruitment, also committed to Fisher’s program. Much like his new soon-to-be teammate, he made his announcement on Twitter.
As for Bobby Wolfe, he committed to Texas A&M over offers from Baylor, Florida, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and a slew of others.
At 6-foot-3, 190 pounds, Wolfe is ranked as the No. 24 cornerback in the country and No. 31 overall prospect in the state, per 247Sports Composite.
Wolfe spoke to 247Sports about the Aggies in a glowing way:
“In Aggieland, Coach Jimbo Fisher showed a lot of love,” Wolfe said. “With the coaching staff, the energy is something you definitely like to see. That’s not even including the game [environment].”
“They were saying that I’m competitive,” Wolfe said, “and with the weapons they’ve got, and all that talent, it’s going to be crazy.”
Texas A&M now has six commits in its 2019 class. Fisher appears to be doing solid work in his first season with his new program.