Four-star 2019 cornerback Bobby Wolfe opened up his recruitment Sunday morning and decommitted from Texas A&M. He announced via Twitter. 

"Understand that there is no love lost or any lost feeling with Texas A&M but I have to do what's best for my family and I," Wolfe tweeted. 

Wolfe decommitting from Texas A&M is timely considering he was recently in Tucson for an official visit on Saturday during the Arizona-Oregon game. 

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Wolfe is currently in his senior year at Madison High School in Houston and is ranked as the No. 28 cornerback for the 2019 class, per 247sports.com

He's being recruited by Arizona running backs coach Clarence McKinney who has ties in the east Texas area from coaching at Houston and Texas A&M. Currently, Arizona has two commits from the Houston area in four-star quarterback Grant Gunnell and three-star running back Michael Wiley.

Wolfe doesn't plan on making a decision any time in the near future, but tweeted he expects to announce his commitment on National Signing Day, which is either the early date on Dec. 19 or Feb. 6 in the spring. He's currently considering Arizona, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Mississippi and Baylor. 

Here are highlights of Wolfe's senior season so far:

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