|Height - Weight||5'11" 180 lbs|
|247 Sports||*** - 85|
|Rivals||*** - 5.7|
|ESPN||*** - 72|
Wolf can line up with a hand in the ground as a tight end and out wide as a receiver. He towers over defenders with his 6’4″ height. Wolf is especially deadly on fades where he uses that height to his advantage on jump balls. He’s a good half-foot taller than defensive backs which allows Wolf to pluck the ball out of the air before that defenders has a chance to knock it away. But he’s no rail. Wolf is pushing 200 lbs which makes him a tough receiver to defend physically. He can shield the ball from opposing DB’s and a tough player to tackle. He also appears to be not too shabby run blocking on the edge as well as linebackers inside.
When his gray-shirt expires in 2014 the Bearcats could be looking for added depth at outside receiver and tight end. Wolf’s body makes him the ideal in the redzone and especially so because of his ability to high-point the ball. I’m not sure at this point how he will do in the regular offense but I wouldn’t be surprised if Jones and Bajakian elect to substitute Wolf in games when Cincinnati gets within the 20.