Bryce Wolma, a three-star tight end/superback out of Saline, Michigan (Saline High School), verbally committed to Northwestern on Sunday. Wolma announced his commitment on Twitter:
Officially committed to Northwestern!! pic.twitter.com/qGD1NAiaoC— Bryce Wolma (@brycewolma2) April 3, 2016
Wolma, whose 247 Sports composite score is .8467 had offers from a host of schools, most notably Tennessee, Arizona, Colorado and West Virginia, as well as numerous non-Power Five offers. Michigan had shown interest in Wolma, per 247 Sports, but had not offered.
Wolma is the second superback commit of the day for Northwestern, after Trey Pugh committed to NU earlier in the day. Both Pugh and Wolma visited Northwestern over the weekend.
Wolma measures in at 6-foot-4, 235 pounds, already pretty good size for the superback position he'll play at Northwestern. He is already the ninth commit in Northwestern's class of 2017.
Wolma looks to have played split out wide more than as a traditional tight end in high school, so his ability to play on the line and block both in the passing game and run game will be key for his development towards the future. His Hudl highlights are above.