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Eliot Wolf
Director of Player Personnel

Biography

Eliot Wolf enters his 12th season with the Packers and first as the director of player personnel after being promoted on Jan. 2, 2015. Prior to his current role, Wolf spent the previous three seasons as the team’s director of pro personnel. In 2011, he served as the assistant director of player personnel after working as the team’s assistant director of pro personnel the previous three seasons (2008-2010).

Originally named as a pro personnel assistant on Feb. 26, 2004, by then-General Manager/Head Coach Mike Sherman, Wolf spent four seasons in that position.

Currently the second youngest player personnel director in the NFL, his primary duties include both college and pro player evaluation through film study, college visits, pro days, college All-Star games and the NFL Scouting Combine. During the season, he is responsible for advance scouting of upcoming Packers opponents, evaluating potential free-agent signees and recommending player tryouts.

The son of former Packers general manager and 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Ron Wolf, Eliot’s scouting career unofficially began at age 10, when he joined his father in film sessions at Lambeau Field. His scouting abilities continued to develop as he filed his first report at age 14 for the Atlanta Falcons.

Overall, he has spent more than two decades in official and unofficial capacities working as a talent evaluator. Wolf has contributed to the Packers’ draft preparations since 1993, 23 consecutive drafts overall. He has held nine NFL scouting internships – five with the Packers, three with the Falcons and one with the Seattle Seahawks.

The 33-year-old Wolf owns a B.A. degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing from the University of Miami (Fla.), graduating in December 2003 after just 3½ years in order to begin his NFL career before the 2004 NFL Draft. At Miami, he volunteered in the football office’s recruiting department. Wolf is a 2000 high school graduate of Green Bay’s Notre Dame Academy.

Born March 21, 1982, in Oakland, Calif., the recently married Wolf and his wife, Regan, reside in De Pere, Wis.

Eliot Wolf enters his 12th season with the Packers and first as the director of player personnel after being promoted on Jan. 2, 2015. Prior to his current role, Wolf spent the previous three seasons as the team’s director of pro personnel. In 2011, he served as the assistant director of player personnel after working as the team’s assistant director of pro personnel the previous three seasons (2008-2010).

Originally named as a pro personnel assistant on Feb. 26, 2004, by then-General Manager/Head Coach Mike Sherman, Wolf spent four seasons in that position.

Currently the second youngest player personnel director in the NFL, his primary duties include both college and pro player evaluation through film study, college visits, pro days, college All-Star games and the NFL Scouting Combine. During the season, he is responsible for advance scouting of upcoming Packers opponents, evaluating potential free-agent signees and recommending player tryouts.

The son of former Packers general manager and 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Ron Wolf, Eliot’s scouting career unofficially began at age 10, when he joined his father in film sessions at Lambeau Field. His scouting abilities continued to develop as he filed his first report at age 14 for the Atlanta Falcons.

Overall, he has spent more than two decades in official and unofficial capacities working as a talent evaluator. Wolf has contributed to the Packers’ draft preparations since 1993, 23 consecutive drafts overall. He has held nine NFL scouting internships – five with the Packers, three with the Falcons and one with the Seattle Seahawks.

The 33-year-old Wolf owns a B.A. degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing from the University of Miami (Fla.), graduating in December 2003 after just 3½ years in order to begin his NFL career before the 2004 NFL Draft. At Miami, he volunteered in the football office’s recruiting department. Wolf is a 2000 high school graduate of Green Bay’s Notre Dame Academy.

Born March 21, 1982, in Oakland, Calif., the recently married Wolf and his wife, Regan, reside in De Pere, Wis.