June 7, 2006
Woolfolk will be in Ann Arbor for camp
Butch Woolfolk, a native of Westfield, N.J., is one of the most recognizable names in the storied tradition of Michigan running backs.
When his son, Troy Woolfolk of Sugarland (Tex.) Fort Bend Dulles High, came onto the recruiting scene with the class of 2007, Michigan fans took great interest. It appears Michigan football coaches are taking interest now too.
The son of the man who set Michigan's all-time career mark rushing yardage in the early 1980's is starting to receive his fair share of attention from the Wolverines as well, but his position is defensive back.
The recruiting process just started picking up from an offer standpoint for Woolfolk.
Houston, Nebraska and Michigan have offered scholarships and an offer from Texas A&M may not be too far away.
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