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One big, bad Wolfe

Kai Wolfe passes the eye ball test, but as many people know that doesn't mean a lot anymore. Some of the best players don't have the facade that you might expect so you have to look deeper. When you see Wolfe and see his film, particularly on defense, you see a player. And when you know the needs along the defensive line for Nebraska you wonder if Wolfe could pull an offer?

Kai Wolfe has the size to play DI ball. At 6-foot-4 and 310-pounds he could play either offense or defense. Wolfe was a standout offensive and defensive lineman... Recommended Stories

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