While his teammate Brandon Herron could be on the verge of a Texas offer on top of his many others, cornerback Troy Woolfolk is not far behind with his first three in hand.
In fact, the first scholarship offers that came for Woolfolk certainly were not minor offers by any mean. Houston, Nebraska, and now Michigan are the first three offers that the 5-foot-11, 176-pound speedster is claiming. Woolfolk says that even though he's excited about the interest, he's wide open to everybody.
"I'm still thinking and looking at all the schools out there," Woolfolk said. "I mean, TCU is another school that's talking to me along with Texas. I went to the TCU camp last Friday and I want to go to the Texas one this weekend. I want to see where that goes first."
As for other visits this summer, Woolfolk says he wants to get out to Michigan and Nebraska for either camps or just unofficial visits. He'd also like to get out to California to visit Southern Cal.
Woolfolk says that both schools up North are recruiting him the hardest.
"Both Nebraska and Michigan stay in contact with me quite a bit," Woolfolk said. "I like to talk to their cornerback coaches as well."
Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech are also showing Woolfolk early interest.