Lawton (Okla.) Eisenhower running back D.J. Wolfe made his verbal commitment to Bob Stoops’ Sooners in March. But, that hasn’t kept schools from calling.
“I got a couple calls on the first day of the month,” the 5-foot-11, 180-pound Wolfe said. “Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas State called early in the month. But it hasn’t been too active lately.”
Wolfe, a four-star rated running back, is not looking back on his decision.
“I’m still content with my commitment to Oklahoma,” he said. “The schools that call, they know I have my commitment. But, they are trying to tell me their school is the right place for D.J. Wolfe to play in college. They tell me the backfield at Oklahoma is full. But they never talk about winning and that is what OU has. And that is what I want. That is the most important thing there is.”
Wolfe has talked about lining up his official visit to Norman.
“I’m looking at the end of October to visit officially,” he said. “Coach Stoops and I have talked about it and that looks to be about the best time to do it. I’m looking forward to that trip. It will probably be the only one I take. I highly doubt I will visit anywhere else.”
Wolfe has helped lead Eisenhower to a 2-0 start this season.
“We’ve won them both,” he said. “I have run for 386 yards in the two games. Our game Saturday was against Fort Worth Everman. I was a big game for us and I like playing in the big games.”