Weight: 209 pounds
40 Yard Dash: 4.40
Bench Press: DNP
Vertical Jump: 39″
Broad Jump: 134″
20-Yard Shuttle: 4.07
Career Highlights (via North Carolina State athletics site)
Overview: Boundary safety who has been called `the heart of the defense’ by head coach Tom O’Brien, he is tied for the team lead in career games played with 38 … Has 255 career tackles, more than any returning player … Has seven caused fumbles for his career, that ties as the fifth-best mark in school history … Graduated in December after just three-and-a-half years with a degree in sport management.
In 2011: An All-ACC nominee who finished the season ranked second on the team in tackles with 113 … Led the team in tackles versus Wake Forest (10) and Central Michigan (12), he had double-figure tackle totals in five contests … Caused two fumbles against Georgia Tech, three for the year.
In 2010: Ranks third on the team in tackles with 91, he had 14 in the win at North Carolina, including 11 solo stops and a seven-yard sack … Started every game of the season at boundary safety … Pulled down his first career interception in the win at Central Florida … Forced three fumbles in 2010, one of the top marks in the ACC … Led the team in tackles with 15 at East Carolina and tied for the team lead versus Florida State with eight … Named the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Back.
In 2009: Started four games at the boundary safety position … Led the team in tackles against Pitt with 10, while in for just 26 snaps … Ended the season ranked 10th on the squad with 51 tackles … In for a season-high 36 snaps at Wake Forest … Ranked third on the team in special teams tackles.
In 2008: Redshirted the season at defensive back, he was named the defensive scout team player of the week for the South Florida and Miami games.
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Scouting Report/Player Notes
Wolff is the kind of guy who has gone largely overlooked in the draft process but simply makes plays on the football field. He’s not a dynamic playmaker at the safety position, but he’s been a heck of a player for the Wolfpack since he became a full-time starter and all the guy does is find the ball. He has incredible speed and quickness to go along with his collegiate production, and was a 1st-team All-ACC selection as a senior. In a defensive backfield with guys like David Amerson, he’s been passed over when the evaluation of NC State comes, but he was really good at the East-West Shrine practices and even more impressive at the Scouting Combine. I think not only will he get drafted, he’ll make an opening day roster and be able to contribute right away. Could be a valuable special teams player from the word go.
Video Highlights (via YouTube)