Duke Football BIO
93 A.J. Wolf
2013: Played in 10 games ... missed weeks 3-6 due to leg injury ... received the Mike Suglia Award, an honor presented annually to the sophomore member of the Duke football program who best exemplifies the academic and athletic qualities of the late Mike Suglia ... compiled nine tackles ... had a season-high three stops in road win over Virginia Tech ... added two tackles in the Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game against Florida State ... on the field for 169 total snaps.
2012: Did not see game action.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Four-year letterman at Hackley under coach Phil Treglia ... charted as the No. 58 weakside defensive end in the nation by 247Sports.com ... two-time all-state selection by the New York State Sportswriters Association, earning first team recognition as a senior and second team honors following junior season ... as a senior, posted 98 tackles with three quarterback sacks and earned team MVP honors ... registered 102 tackles with three fumble recoveries in junior campaign ... carded 51 tackles, four sacks and five fumble recoveries during sophomore season ... three-time first team all-league honoree ... two-time all-county pick ... also lettered in basketball and track and field ... four-time NYSAIS champion in the discus and shot put ... also won the shot put title at junior nationals.
PERSONAL: Son of August and Anne Wolf ... father set Princeton University and Ivy League records in both the indoor and outdoor shot put, was a member of the United States Olympic Track & Field team and placed fourth in the shot put competition at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Calif. ... born April 28, 1994 ... majoring in public policy.