June 13, 2006
Woolfolk weighs in on Texas mini-camp
Last weekend's Texas mini-camp wasn't as star-studded as the Longhorns' first camp, which featured 19 of Texas' 21 commitments and a handful of top uncommitted prospects, but Sunday's event did still feature some solid talent.
While many of the high-profile players were in the class of 2008 class, there were some top talents from this year's group, including Fort Bend Dulles cornerback Troy Woolfolk. The 5-foot-11, 176-pound standout came away from Sunday's camp impressed, including with the way the Texas coaches handled the defensive backs.
The son of former Michigan and NFL running back Butch Woolfolk, Troy is holding offers from Michigan, Nebraska and Houston, and he's got an early wish list that includes TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Michigan and Nebraska.
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