Wake Forest added some help over the weekend. The Demon Deacons picked up a pledge for a 6-foot-3, 231-pounder out of Lexington (Kent.) Lexington Catholic.
"I committed to Wake Forest on Saturday," tight end Daniel Vogelsang said. "I had always liked the school and everything about it. I went down for camp and that was probably my best performance.
"I liked what I saw there, the campus is awesome and they've got a one of a kind coach in Coach Grobe. They are starting to get to the top of the ACC as well, plus it's got a real home feeling. It's a great school."
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Vogelsang went on about Coach Grobe.
"He's a coach that definitely cares about his players and cares about character," he stated. "He really wants them to grow and be successful. He understands there is more to life than football and it shows in the team. They have good chemistry and are one of the best teams in the ACC."
Wake Forest still isn't sure how they'll utilize the Kentucky prospect.
"They are saying I have a good chance of playing tight end, but they are also looking at me as a defensive end and linebacker," he said. "It's still open, I'll do whatever."
Vogelsang picked Wake Forest over an offer from Cincinnati and interest from Vanderbilt, Purdue, Kentucky and NC State.