Wolf, 6-foot-6, 225-pounds, currently holds six offers and more could be headed his way soon. Pittsburgh is the latest school to offer.
"Pittsburgh offered on Wednesday night," Wolf stated. "My head coach told me to call Coach (Joe) Rudolph, and when I did he let me know they were offering me a scholarship to Pitt. I'm very excited to have the offer and I think a lot of Pitt."
"My dad and I have done our research and Pitt is a school I'm going to consider closely," he added. "I've never visited there, but I'm planning on getting there next spring or summer, and checking things out. We are in the playoffs, so that's my main concern right now."
Earlier this season, Wolf was able to take several unofficial visits. He is being recruited by most of the top schools in the Midwest.
"I've been to games at Michigan State, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin," he noted. "Most of those schools are saying they want to wait until after their season is over, and then begin their evaluation of the junior class."
"They all say they like my play, but none of them have mentioned offering yet," he continued. "I don't have any favorite school, and I'm considering everybody at this point. Everyone is recruiting me as a tight end."
Wolf is one of the more improved players in Ohio, and he has built upon his sophomore season.
"I think I've played really well," he admitted. "I'm more versatile this year, both in blocking and in catching the ball down the field. I'm stronger and faster, and that has helped make me a better player. I want to work on being more explosive off the line and getting faster."