Smyrna (Tenn.) quarterback David Wolke is set for the first of three camps he plans to attend this summer.
“I go to Ole Miss on Tuesday,” he said. “I’m pretty sure they’re close to offering, so maybe I’ll hear something after their camp. I’m looking forward to it.
“I’ll also be going to Georgia and Alabama’s camps later on this summer. Those are the three I have at this point.”
Wolke (6-3, 205, 4.68) said he has scholarship offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Middle Tennessee and Boise State.
He hasn’t formed a top five, but there’s a school he’s confident will be in the final mix.
“Alabama should be in there,” he said. “If the camp goes well and their new coaches like me, I think they’ll be high on my list. I went there last summer and had a blast. I felt like I fit in real well down there. With the coaching change, I’m not so sure how things will go, but they’ve been in touch with me to say they’re still interested.”
Wolke had previously expressed high interest in Tennessee as well, but says the Volunteers have seemingly backed off in their recruitment.
As a junior, Wolke passed for 1,808 yards and 18 touchdowns with only five interceptions. He also rushed for 425 yards and four touchdowns. He’s recorded 4,661 yards passing and 41 touchdowns in his career.