Eli Wolf, who is in his third year in the NFL, was not drafted in the 2020 NFL draft but was lucky to be signed by the Baltimore Ravens as a UDFA.
Wolf is currently playing in his fourth NFL team. He has played for the Baltimore Ravens, the Indianapolis Colts, the Green Bay Packers, and now the Washington Commanders.
Wolf’s football career can be traced back to his time at Minster High School in Minster, Ohio. He played as a utility player, playing as a wide receiver and tight end on the team.
Wolf scored the game-winning touchdown pass in his senior year, leading his team to a state title.
Wolf attended the University of Tennessee (UT), where he played three seasons of college football with the Tennessee Volunteers.
In his three years at Tennessee, Wolf had only eight receptions for eighty-six yards and one score total.
This was in part attributable to the fact that throughout his three years at Tennessee, the Volunteers’ offense was led by a different offensive coordinator.
Wolf transferred to the University of Georgia in his senior year. Wolf recorded 13 receptions for 194 yards at Georgia, which was more than he did in three years at Tennessee
Does Eli Wolf Have Any Kids?
According to our database, Eli Wolf has no children. There aren’t any rumors about him being a dad either.