Maryland football added a key piece to its roster Wednesday, signing three-star tight end Weston Wolff.
The Florida-native, who committed to the Terps in May, ranks as the No. 44 tight-end in the 2021 class. He held offers from Baylor, Indiana and Miami, among others.
Wolff received his first offer as a sophomore from Old Dominion where his brother Hayden plays quarterback. As a junior more offers rolled in, and the Terps joined the fold in February. He committed in May.
“We clicked really fast,” Wolff told Testudo Times of tight end coach Mike Miller.
Wolff stands at 6-foot-4, 210 pounds and brings key athleticism to the tight end room, which had a lack of depth in 2020. He transitioned from wide receiver to tight end in high school and has strong hands along with a big frame.
Wolff played for Venice High School in Florida, where the team had a 10-4 record and reached the 7A region final, but fell to powerhouse St. Thomas Aquanis. Wolff brought in 44 catches for 570 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior.
“We’ve been really lucky to play,” Wolff said. “We’re taking it week-by-week as a team and working on things individually. It’s been a blessing.”
Wolff told Testudo Times that he plans to enroll early.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do since my brother did at Old Dominion,” Wolff said. “It’ll help me get acclimated to the school, lifting and give me time to learn the playbook.”