Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco four-star tight end Jude Wolfe is one of the nation's top prospects at his position in the class of 2019. Last week, the 6-6, 244-pounder was near Dallas participating in The Opening Finals.

247Sports was on hand and brings you footage of Wolfe in action during the 7-on-7 tournament at the event.

Wolfe is uncommitted at this point, but that will change when he announces his commitment on Aug. 3, which is his grandmother's birthday. The finalists include Notre Dame, USC and Washington. He has taken trips to all three schools and will be ready to make his decision when his big day arrives.

"I loved it at Notre Dame and Washington,” said Wolfe earlier this spring to 247Sports National Analyst Greg Biggins. "I visited Notre Dame in the winter when it was really cold so I like that I got to see the school in that setting. Same thing with Washington, it was cold and rainy so I got the worst of the weather at both spots and still loved it there so it was good I wasn’t being tricked by great weather.

"USC has been involved for a while but things really picked up with them when I took an unofficial visit with my parents during spring practice," added Wolfe. "I have a good relationship with Keary Colbert (TE coach), coach Helton and Lenny Vandermade, who is helping with the tight ends."

Per the 247Sports Crystal Ball, USC is the heavy favorite. All 14 predictions are in favor of the Trojans.

In addition to these schools, Wolfe has also received offers from Alabama, Cal, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA and many others throughout the process.

Per the 247Sports Composite Rankings, Wolfe is the No. 238 overall player in the country, No. 9 tight end nationally and No. 29 prospect in California from the 2019 class. 247Sports has him rated even higher in its standalone rankings as the No. 134 overall prospect this cycle and No. 3 tight end in the country.