One of the top tight ends in the state of Ohio for the class of 2014 is Minster's 6-6, 220-pound Ethan Wolf. On Saturday, Wolf made the drive east for his first game as a recruiting visitor with Ohio State and reacted strongly to the experience.
"The atmosphere is something I won't experience everyday and it was awesome being a part of that," Wolf said. "The game was exciting also. It was a nice offensive game and the tight ends were used a lot."
Three of Ohio State's seven completions on Saturday were caught by the Buckeye's tight ends, and Wolf took note of that fact.
"They definitely use the tight ends a lot and they seem to be a big part of their offense," Wolf said. "That's what I am really looking for in a college, so it definitely fits my style of play."
Wolf spoke with Ohio State assistant Tim Hinton briefly before the game, but had to be up early Sunday and left before the game had concluded.
Besides Ohio State, Wolf has made game visits this fall to Illinois, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Cincinnati. He plans to take this weekend off from game visits and look at the rest of his fall schedule in the coming days.
Wolf has six offers in hand from Cincinnati, Illinois, Akron, Bowling Green, Ohio and Toledo. He continues to add new interest from schools as his junior season has progressed.
"Boston College has come into the picture," Wolf said. "I am trying to learn some more about them."
Thus far in his junior season Wolf has recorded over 20 catches, for close to 220 yards and three touchdowns for a 4-2 Minster team.