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4-Star TE Jude Wolfe Announces Top 8 Schools

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ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 07: An 'SEC' logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Jude Wolfe, one of high school football's top tight ends, dropped big news on Thursday. The four-star pass-catcher has a new top eight schools.

Wolfe, a star at St. John Bosco High School, hails from Bellflower, California. Hes the state's No. 29 player, per 247Sports.

The site has him ranked No. 247 overall in the country. He's the eighth-ranked tight end in the class of 2019.

Much of his new top eight is geared towards Pac-12 powers. Oregon, UCLA, USC, and Washington are all represented.

Big Ten rivals Michigan and Ohio State also make the group. Alabama and Notre Dame round out the list.

Jude Wolfe announced the top eight on Thursday, via Twitter:

As of now, Wolfe's recruitment is wide open. Only one prediction has been logged over at 247's crystal ball.

Last June, Varsitypreps.com's Director of Scouting & Recruiting Demetric Warren logged his prediction. He has Wolfe staying local and heading to USC.

The Trojans are currently without a 2019 commitment, which is pretty strange, even though we are very early in the cycle. The incoming fourth-ranked class, the top in the Pac-12, does not include a tight end.

The 2017 class featured a pair of tight ends. Four-star Josh Falo and three-star Erik Krommenhoek just finished up their freshman seasons at USC. Falo caught four passes for 65 yards and two touchdowns, while Krommenhoek caught two passes for 11 yards.