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Ryan Wolfe

Height: 6-1 | Weight: 205 | College: UNLV
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2009 Season

Wolfe, who shattered nearly every UNLV receiving record during his four seasons on campus, will be limited in what he can do while at the NFL Combine continuing to rehabilitate from a foot injury suffered in November.

Wolfe was selected All-Mountain West Conference First Team for the 2009 college football season as voted on by the Mountain West coaches and select media panel. Wolfe, out of Santa Clarita, Calif., was already the first UNLV receiver in history to be named first team all-conference twice in a career as he was also a first team selection in 2006 and 2008 (Wolfe received honorable mention in 2007). Now he joins two-time All-American safety Jamaal Brimmer (2002-04 in the MWC) and two-time All-American punter and quarterback Randall Cunningham (1982-84 in the PCAA) as the only Rebel football players to thrice be named first team all-league. He is also one of just six players in Mountain West history to accomplish the feat. Despite missing his final collegiate game because of a foot injury, Wolfe finished 12th in college football history with 283 receptions, which was also the most in UNLV and Mountain West history. This season, the Hart High School product led the MWC with 6.73 catches per game (17th nationally), had 74 grabs for 760 yards and also earned statistics as a rusher (41 net yards) and on defense (six tackles and one pass breakup). Wolfe's two 100-yard receiving games as a senior pushed his school-record career total to 12.

2008 Season

A first team All-MWC selection for the second time in three years … Set career highs with 88 receptions for 1,040 yards and six TDs … His 88 catches tied the single-season UNLV mark … Was second in the MWC and tied for ninth in the nation with 7.33 receptions per game … Also finished fifth on team with 91 rushing yards on 14 carries, including one TD on the ground … Also a fine special teams player who totaled seven tackles and even lined up in a prevent defensive formation and was credited with a pass breakup … His 86.7 receiving yards per game was also second in the league and ranked 21st in the country … Matched his season TD total from 2007 in the season opener, making two TD catches against Utah State … Finished with game highs of seven receptions for 103 yards … Hauled in 10 receptions at Utah … Continued strong start to season with eight receptions for 79 yards at then-No. 15/13 Arizona State … Set a season high with 167 receiving yards on eight receptions against UNR including a seven-yard TD … Had eight catches for 78 yards against Air Force … Had 10 catches for 136 yards and a TD at BYU … Caught seven passes for 100 yards against New Mexico … Ended the year by making a season-high 11 catches for 144 yards and two scores at SDSU.

2007 Season

Began the year on the Biletnikoff Watch List … Set a career high with 66 receptions that went for 784 yards and two scores … Was third in the MWC (T47th in the nation) in receptions and fifth in the league in receiving yards … Made seven receptions against Hawaii … Hauled in seven balls for 92 yards and a touchdown at Nevada, Reno … The score was a 30-yard catch-and-run on fourth-and-10 that tied the game at 20 with 1:02 left in the game … Set a then-career-high with 10 receptions that went for 164 yards at Air Force … Followed that with a career-high 11 receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown against Colorado State … Added 103 yards rushing, making him the team's fourth-leading rusher … Earned honorable mention All-MWC honors … Named to the Academic All-MWC team as well.

2006 Season

Became the first freshman in history to lead the league in receiving yards with 911 … Set the Rebel freshman record for receiving yards in a game (176) and the UNLV and MWC freshman single-season receiving yards mark … Led the MWC and was 26th in the country in receiving yards per game (75.9) … Also was seventh in the league in receptions per game … Started all 12 games for the Rebels as a freshman … Racked up 160 yards, including a 71-yard TD reception against Idaho State in the opener … The 160 yards set a school freshman record, which he would later break … Set career highs with nine receptions, 176 yards and two scores against New Mexico … Also hauled in a career-best two TD passes against the Lobos, with one going for a career-long of 75 … Led the team with five TD receptions … Averaged 16.6 yards per catch, including five games of 18.0 or more … Originally a member of the 2005 recruiting class … Grayshirted and enrolled at UNLV full-time in January.

High School

A 2005 graduate of Hart HS in Newhall, CA … A prolific pass-catcher and runner for the powerful prep program … Earned 2004 PrepStar All-West Region honors … Led the Foothills League in receiving with 93 catches and 1,268 yards with eight touchdowns … His 93 receptions in 2004 set a program record … Averaged 105.7 yards per game with a long of 57 … Earned first team all-state honors as a WR under coach Mike Herrington … Also a threat carrying the ball, with six 100-yard games as a senior … Did not need many carries to eclipse the 100-yard mark, gaining 118 yards on eight attempts vs. Moorpark HS, 112 yards on 10 carries against St. Bonaventure, 160 yards on 13 carries against Birmingham, 136 yards on nine carries against Saugus, 152 yards on eight carries against Burbank and 112 yards on eight carries against Mission Viejo … Played linebacker as well, finishing with 29 solo tackles and 56 assists for 85 total tackles, five sacks and three interceptions in his final season … First team All-San Fernando Valley at linebacker … Selected to play in the 54th annual Shrine Classic all-star football game … Also lettered in basketball.


Ryan D. Wolfe was born on Nov. 23, 1986 … The son of Jeri and Michelle Wolfe … Has one sister, Stephanie … Chose the Rebels over Hawaii … Majoring in kinesiological sciences.

Latest News
03/26/2010 - PRO DAY RESULTS: Last year, the Colts drafted little-known BYU WR Austin Collie in the fourth round of the NFL Draft and Collie rewarded them with 60 receptions, 676 yards and seven touchdowns. A player in this year's draft often compared to Collie ??? UNLV WR Ryan Wolfe (6-foot-1, 198 pounds) ??? experienced a setback at the school's pro day March 25. Wolfe ran the 40-yard dash in 4.88 seconds but pulled his left hamstring in the process. But not before he record a 33 1/2-inch vertical jump, 9-foot, 10-inch broad jump and 15 bench press repetitions at 225 pounds. Players worked out outdoors on FieldTurf in front of 20 teams on a very windy day. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

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