*Robert Woods             Southern California           A dual threat, he will be an instant play maker in his rookie season. Has very good athletic ability, with combination of burst and acceleration, as well as COD (change of direction) to create separation from defender quickly as a receiver and return man. Aligns in multiple spots: 3×1 (outside), 2×1 (outside) and four-wide sets (inside/out,both right and left). Woods formerly starred in track (200/400 meter), as evidenced by his long stride that covers ground quickly. Has good route-running knowledge and an expansive route tree; uses shake-and-avoid maneuver, plus hand slap combat, vs. jam and press. Woods is very productive on reverses, and is willing to get dirty and dive for balls. Soft hands to catch outside of frame, and will snatch and pluck in traffic; regardless of occasional concentration drops, he has good toughness to catch in a crowd. Woods has rare talent, with very good RAC (run after catch), vision and speed to run away from defenders and defy angles via skip-and-skate elusiveness. Is effective on slants and bubble screens.  Sources confirm that he blew away head coaches and general managers with his football intelligence at the combine. Is competitive with toughness to take a big hit, but did short-arm a few balls in films viewed. Blessed with very good awareness, he is a receiver who understands where the 3rd-down marker is. Has sideline presence, too, given his tap shoe-and-drag tendency, though he did run out of bounds in several games. Softli – First-round talent.

 

ROBERT WOODS

Wide Receiver

University of Southern California Trojans

#2

6:00.3-190

Carson, California

Junípero Serra High School

 

OVERVIEW

After two years of missing the bowl season due to the NCAA banning the Trojans from competition, USC faithful felt that the 2012 season would see their team not only return to prominence, but also vie for the national championship. After thirteen games of inconsistency, they would struggle to a 7-6 record and while they did earn a berth in the postseason action, southern California would lose to a team that needed a bowl victory to finish with a .500 season – Georgia Tech.

 

The reason for such optimism entering the 2012 season was the fact that their two star players on offense, Woods and quarterback Matt Barkley both decided to return to the USC program after the 2011 campaign, rather than opt to leave school early and venture to the National Football League. Barkley was rated the best quarterback prospect before his final season, but struggled with consistency and threw fifteen costly interceptions and missed the final two contests after he sprained his right shoulder in the fourth quarter of a 38-28 loss to UCLA.

 

Adding to the team’s angst was that head coach Lane Kiffin and his recruiters had assembled a blue chip receiving unit and lured Tee Martin away from the University of Kentucky to not only help in luring more talent to USC, but to take over as the Trojans’ wide receiver coach. Martin was picked as one of the top 25 recruiters in the nation by Rivals.com in 2011 and had a great array of weapons at his disposal, with Woods at the split end position and rising star Marqise Lee about to have an All-American campaign at the flanker spot.

 

The staff was still cautious entering the season, so much so, that they would often make Woods don the “yellow jersey” during fall camp to alert defenders to avoid hitting the All-American, who had been slow to completely heal from December 2011 ankle surgery. He would reluctantly wear it for a portion of practice but then cast it aside. “This is football,” Woods said after the workouts. “I feel like I’m 100%.”

 

Woods, however, acknowledged frustration about his recovery. “It was supposed to take six weeks,” he said, “and it’s taken longer.” No one was panicking, as the split end had caught a school-record 111 passes as a sophomore in 2011, despite several injuries. The receiver had originally injured his right ankle in a pick-up basketball game in March, 2011.

 

Woods was slowed by the after-effects of that injury going into the 2011 campaign, but still caught a record 17 passes, three for touchdowns, in the opener vs. Minnesota. He finished the season with fifteen touchdown catches and eclipsed Keyshawn Johnson’s record of 102 receptions set in 1995.

 

Woods sat out 2012 spring practice with the hope that rest would allow him to heal from the surgery. But he was not cleared to fully participate in off-season players-only throwing sessions and he was limited until the team was well into August training-camp workouts.

The injury to Barkley and Woods’ struggles to get open much during the second half of the 2012 schedule culminated when he was held to two catches for losses of three yards vs. Arizona State on November 10th.

 

 

Lee would overshadow Woods, as the sophomore sensation would lead all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision players with 118 receptions for 1,721 yards during the 2012 campaign, along with tying for second nationally with fourteen touchdown grabs. Despite some less than spectacular performances, Wood would compliment Lee with 76 receptions for 846 yards and eleven scores. Ten of those catches would come with Barkley no longer in the lineup.

 

With the trying junior season behind him, Woods decided it was best that he leave the university, when he announced after the loss to Georgia Tech on December 31st that he had made himself available for the 2013 NFL Draft. “It was a hard decision,” Woods said, “but I feel like this was the best decision for me. If the coaches wanted to keep me another year, they would’ve probably got me the ball.”

 

Woods is regarded as one of the elite receivers in the 2013 draft class. He has that nice combination of size, speed, strength and field savvy that has many scouts praising his route-running abilities. He still needs to improve his overall polish coming out of his breaks (needs better head and shoulder fakes at the top of the route), but with his ability to beat press coverage and explode off the snap, he is at a great advantage thanks to being consistent in eating up the cushion and getting behind the defender.

 

Before joining the Southern California Trojans, Woods excelled in football and track at Serra High School. The Carson, California native earned Cal-Hi Sports All-State, All-CIF Northwest Division, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay and All-Del Rey League Defensive MVP honors as a sophomore. On offense, he had 45 receptions for 801 yards (17.8 ypc) with twelve touchdowns, adding 273 rushing yards. On defense, he produced 81 tackles with nine interceptions in 2007.

 

The following season, Woods was named Cal-Hi Sports All-State, All-CIF Northwest Division Co-Defensive MVP, Rivals.com All-Southern Section, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Player of the Year and All-Del Rey League MVP. He posted 81 receptions for 1,378 yards (17.0 ypc and nineteen touchdowns and registered 87 tackles with seven interceptions, returning two for touchdowns in 2008. He also scored five times via kickoff returns and two more times on punt returns.

 

Woods’ 2009 prep honors included USA Today, Parade, EA Sports, Super Prep, Prep Star, Scout.com and Max Preps All-American first-team accolades, in addition to being named to the Sporting News Top 100, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Dream Team, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Orange County Register Fab 15, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State and Max Preps All-State Division III teams.

 

The All-CIF Northwest Division Defensive MVP, Los Angeles Times All-Star Back of the Year, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Player of the Year and All-Del Rey League MVP, Woods collected 66 passes for 1,112 yards and fifteen touchdowns at split end. He recorded 96 tackles and intercepted eight passes, returning two for scores as a safety in 2009. He helped Serra High compile a 15-0 record and capture the CIF Northwest Division title and the California state Division III championship (he had 226 all-purpose yards in the state final game).

 

Woods also was on Serra’s track team, where he finished third in the 2009 California state 400 meters and anchored the 2009 state champion 400-meter relay team. He was the 2009-10 Cal-Hi Sports Boys State Athlete of the Year after being named 2008-09 Cal-Hi Sports Division IV Boys State Athlete of the Year. The following track season, he would earn South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Track Athlete of the Year honors, repeating as the award winner again in 2010.

 

As a senior, Woods won the CIF Division IV 200- and 400-meter races and ran on the winning 1,600-meter relay team. At the 2010 California state meet, he was second in the 400, third in the 200 and anchored the winning 1,600-meter relay team. He recorded bests of 21.01 in the 200 (fourth fastest in the nation in 2010) and 46.17 in the 400 (second fastest in the nation in 2010), plus a 45.8 split in the 1,600-meter relay. He also ran on relay teams that clocked a national-best 40.66 in the 400-meter relay and a state meet-record 3:08.42 in the 1,600-meter relay.

 

Woods signed his national letter-of-intent to attend the University of Southern California on August 19th, 2009, having been recruited by former NFL linebacker Ken Norton Jr. He was an instant “sensation” for the Trojans once he suited up, earning Freshman All-American first-team honors, in addition to being named the Pac-10 Conference’s Offensive Player of the Year.

 

Handling starting duties at split end for all thirteen games, he led the team and ranked fourth in the league with 65 receptions for 792 yards (12.18 ypc) and six touchdowns. The freshman amassed 1,817 yards, ranking second in the conference with an average of 139.77 yards per game. On special teams, he ranked fifth in the Pac-10 with a 25.55-yard kickoff return average, totaling 971 yards with a 97-yard touchdown on 38 runbacks.

 

As a sophomore, Woods played and started all twelve games with that nagging ankle injury, but put together such a stellar performance that he would eventually be named one of three finalists for the coveted Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver.

 

Woods placed fourth in the nation, as the All-American and All-Pac 12 first-team choice led the league and set a then school season-record with 111 receptions, gaining 1,292 yards (11.64 ypc), the fifth-highest total by a Trojan in a season. He averaged 9.08 yards on 13 punt returns and 23.12 yards as a kickoff returner, gaining 1,819 all-purpose yards.

 

In 2012, Woods received All-Pac 212 Conference second-team honors. In addition to his 76 receptions for 846 yards and eleven touchdowns, he gained 76 yards on a reverse vs. Syracuse. He added three solo tackles and returned seventeen punts for 61 yards (3.59 avg) while starting all thirteen games at split end. He generated 983 all-purpose yards for the Trojans, an average of 75.62 yards per game.

 

Among active players in the NCAA Football Subdivision ranks, Woods placed third with 252 receptions, eleventh with 2,930 receiving yards and second with 32 touchdown grabs. His averages of 6.63 receptions per game rank fourth and 77.11 yards receiving rank tenth among active major college participants. He also finished twelfth in that group with a total of 4,619 all-purpose yards.

 

NOTES FROM QUOTES; WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT ROBERT WOODS

Stanford head coach David Shaw: “For a guy like Woods, you don’t say you’re going to shut him out. What you do say is you want to limit him. You want to make sure when he catches the ball, you have guys around him, you gang tackle him. You keep him from making the big play and the momentum-changing play. You just try to corral and minimize the yards he gets after the catch because if you don’t he can be special. Woods is about the best route running receiver I’ve seen in college football in 10 years. The guy can run every single route and he makes it look easy. He’s been playing at a high level. He’s a guy who can take over a game. And you don’t usually say that about a receiver. I’m a guy who spent nine years in the NFL evaluating every receiver who came into the draft every single year. He’s as good of a route runner at this age I’ve ever seen.”

Former USC wide receivers coach Ted Gilmore: “He studies, he watches film, he watches opponents. If you tell him something, he’s going to do what you tell him to do. In most cases if he does wrong, I told him wrong.”

 

Former NFL scout Dave Razzano: “He is a difference maker as both a receiver and kick returner. He has size, speed and outstanding hands. He can get open anywhere on the field. He is both a deep threat and a possession type who is not afraid to catch balls over the middle in traffic. He has some of the best hands I have seen on tape. He has an uncanny ability to pluck the ball quickly and burst upfield. He is a semi-long stride runner with a definite second gear burst in the open. A young talent with unlimited potential. He has future NFL star written all over him.”

USC quarterback Matt Barkley: “Robert is a special player. I have a trust with him that he will be there every time. He runs smart routes with great athleticism. He knows where to be and I know we can count on him.”

USC wide receiver Marqise Lee: “Robert is extremely amazing. He’s a one-of-a-kind athlete. I’ve got a lot to learn before I get on his level.”

Former USC All-American and NFL star Keyshawn Johnson: “Woods is extraordinary in terms of his skill set. He has big hands. He runs extremely good routes.”

 

CAREER NOTES

Woods started all 38 games he played in at Southern California, setting a school career-record with 252 receptions and ranking sixth with 2,930 receiving yards, as he turned 32 of those grabs into touchdowns…Rushed fourteen times for 142 yards (10.12 ypc) and scored 200 points…Returned 55 kickoffs for 1,364 yards and a touchdown, as he also had 31 punt returns for 183 yards (5.90 avg) while recording four tackles (3 solos) on special teams…Woods’ 252 receptions topped the previous USC all-time record of 216 catches by

Dwayne Jarrett (2004-06), as that total ranks third in Pac-12 Conference history, topped by Mike Thomas of Arizona (259; 2005-08) and Derek Hagan of Arizona State (258; 2002-05)…

His 2,930 yards receiving are good 17th in league annals and rank sixth on the school all-time record list behind Johnnie Morton (3,201; 1990-93), Dwayne Jarrett (3,138; 2004-06),

Kareem Kelly (3,104; 1999-2002), Steve Smith (3,019; 2003-06) and Keary Colbert (2,964; 2000-03)…His 32 touchdown catches tied Jason Hill of Washington State (2003-06) for second on the Pac-10 career-record chart, topped by only Dwayne Jarrett of Southern California (41; 2004-06)…Ranks fourth in school history with 1,364 yards gained via kick-off returns, placing behind Curtis Conway (1,723; 1990-92), Reggie Bush (1,523; 2003-05) and R. Jay Soward (1,414;  1996-99)…Recorded ten 100-yard receiving performances during in his career, including a school-record tying twice with 200 yards, plus six outings with double digit receptions and eleven games with multiple touchdown receptions…Has made at least one catch in each of the 38 games he played in for USC.

 

2012 SEASON

A preseason All-American and Biletnikoff Award candidate, the dynamic split end and return specialist was limited to only second-team All-Pac 12 Conference honors in what would be his final year in a Trojans uniform…Winner of USC’s Chris Carlisle Courage Award and the Jack Oakie “Rise and Shine” Award (longest run)…The team’s vaunted passing game struggled, as quarterback Matt Barkley produced an offense that ranked 32nd in the nation with an average of 282.31 aerial yards per game, despite having starters in Woods and flanker Marqise Lee, as that tandem combined for 194 receptions for 2,567 yards and 25 touch-downs…Woods sat out spring drills and was limited in fall camp while recovering from off-season right ankle arthroscopic ankle surgery…The split end did not come close to his 2011 season figures, but he still managed to finish second on the team with 76 catches, the eighth-best season total by a Trojan…The junior gained 846 aerial yards (11.13 ypc) while scoring on eleven of his grabs…Took a reverse for a 76-yard gain vs. Syracuse, the longest run from scrimmage by a Trojan in 2012…Scored 68 points and returned seventeen punts for 61 yards (3.59 avg) and recorded three solo tackles…On 94 touches, he generated 983 all-purpose yards, an average of 75.62 yards per game… Ranked fifth in the conference with an average of 5.85 receptions per game, placing ninth in the Pac-12 with 65.08 receiving yards per game…Extended his streak to 38 consecutive games with at least one reception…The season had a promising beginning, as Woods found the end zone twice on six catches for 42 yards vs. Hawaii…In addition to his 76-yard carry, Woods made ten grabs for 93 yards and two more scores, also picking up 31 yards on a punt return vs. Syracuse…Scored once on six receptions for 69 yards vs. Utah and had his best performance for the season when he converted four of his eight receptions into touchdowns, finishing with his only 100-yard receiving performance (132) for the 2012 schedule vs. Colorado…His four touchdown catches vs. the Buffaloes set a school game-record, topping the previous mark of three scoring grabs set by several players – first, by Tom Nickoloff vs. Stanford in 1952, and most recently, by Woods in the 2010 Stanford and 2011 Minnesota contests…Followed with 93 yards on nine catches vs. Arizona and pulled down six balls for 71 yards and a score vs. Oregon…Scored for the final time as a Trojan vs. Notre Dame, as he took in seven passes for 92 yards before closing out his career with a quiet game vs. Georgia Tech in the Sin Bowl loss, catching three passes for 33 yards.

 

2011 SEASON

It was an award-winning performance for the sophomore split end, as the finalist for the Biletnikoff Award would go on to be named a semi-finalist for the Maxwell Award…The consensus All-American first-team choice was named Offensive Player of the Year on the College Football News’ Sophomore All-American squad…Was the only unanimous pick on the All-Pac 12 Conference first-team unit…Recipient of USC’s Offensive Perimeter Player of the Year Award…Woods was one of the nation’s most outstanding and most exciting wide receivers and returners as a sophomore…Overall, while starting all twelve games at split end, he had 111 receptions for 1,292 yards (11.64 ypc) with fifteen touchdowns, as his 111 grabs originally broke the school and league season-records of 102 receptions by the Trojans’ Keyshawn Johnson in 1995, before Marqise Lee would top both with 118 catches in 2012…Woods’ 1,292 receiving yards placed fifth on USC’s season-record chart and his fifteen touchdown grabs rank third on the USC annual list behind Dwayne Jarrett (16 in 2005) and Mike Williams (16 in 2003), also finishing fifth on the Pac-12 season-record list that featured Washington’s Mario Bailey (18 in 1991) and J.J. Stokes of UCLA (17 in 1993) owning the top two spots, followed by the Southern Cal trio…With Marqise Lee gaining 1,143 receiving yards, he joined Woods in giving the Trojans their fourth tandem to reach 1,000 yards receiving in the same season, as their combined total of 184 catches for 2,435 yards in 2011 were the most by a pair of Trojans in a season …Woods recorded seven 100-yard receiving games and had four outings with double digit receptions in 2011…He would begin the season in record-breaking fashion, snaring seventeen balls for 177 yards and a then school game record-tying three touchdowns vs. Minnesota…His seventeen grabs topped the old school game-record of fifteen by Johnnie Morton vs. Houston in 1993. Woods’ total was also two shy of the conference game mark of nineteen by Ron Fair of Arizona State vs. Washington State in 1989. Woods would later earn Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week and College Football Performance Awards National Wide Receiver of the Week honors for his performance vs. the Gophers…Had a team-high eight catches for 102 yards vs. Utah and added a 14-yard kickoff return and a 17-yard punt return…Pulled in eight more balls for 131 yards and returned two kickoffs for 75 yards vs. Arizona State…

Then exploded for a career-high 255 yards and a pair of touchdowns, including an 82-yard catch-&-run on a swing that was the longest completion at USC since Kareem Kelly’s 93-yard touchdown at Oregon in 2001, adding another 28-yarder for a score on fourteen catches, as he also returned three kickoffs for 77 yards for 332 all-purpose yards vs. Arizona…His 255-yard performance was the 13th-best game in Pac-12 history and rank third on the school record chart behind R. Jay Soward (260 in a double overtime clash vs. UCLA in 1996) and Steve Smith (258 vs. Oregon State, 2006)…Woods had twelve catches for 119 yards and two scores, adding a 20-yard kickoff return and 29 yards on a pair of punt returns vs. Notre Dame…Had back-to-back nine-reception performances, picking up 89 yards with a score vs. Stanford and two touchdowns with 130 yards vs. Colorado…His sophomore season ended with seven grabs for 113 yards and two touchdowns vs. UCLA…Underwent arthroscopic right ankle surgery after the season.

 

 

 

2010 SEASON

Woods was named the Pac-10 Conference Offensive Freshman of the Year and made the Football Writers Association, The NFL Draft Report, College Football News and Sporting News Freshman All-American first-team, as the split end was also selected to the All-Pac 10 Conference first-team as a returner and third unit as a receiver…Picked up league Freshman of the Year honors from Sporting News…Also won USC’s Bob Chandler Award and John McKay Award…Became the first USC true freshman to start a season opener at wide receiver in the post-World War II era…Started all thirteen games, leading the team with 65 receptions for 792 yards (12.18 ypc) and six touchdowns…Rushed six times for 50 yards (8.33 ypc), returned a punt four yards and gained 971 yards with a 97-yard touch- down (vs. Minnesota, as it was the first time a USC freshman returned a kick for a score since Reggie Bush vs. UCLA in 2003) on 38 kickoff returns, ranking fifth in the league with a 25.55-yard average…Finished second in the Pac-10 and 25th nationally with an average of 139.77 all-purpose yards per game, totaling 1,817 yards on 110 touches.

 

INJURY REPORT

2011 Season…Woods played throughout the season with a nagging right ankle injury that he had suffered back in March during a pick-up basketball game. He underwent arthro-scopic surgery after the season.

2012 Season…Woods was held out of spring drills to allow his surgically repaired right ankle to heal…He was also limited in August camp after a mid-June MRI was ordered due to lingering soreness that had unexpectedly kept him out of spring practice in March. He received discouraging MRI results on June 16th that confirmed some not-so-routine bone inflammation in the same ankle just a few weeks before the start of fall camp.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.43 in the 40-yard dash…1.52 10-yard dash…2.56 20-yard dash…4.23 20-yard shuttle…

11.33 60-yard shuttle…7.08 three-cone drill…32-inch vertical jump…9’8” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times…32 5/8-inch arm length…9 1/8-inch hands…76 ¼-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Woods attended Junípero Serra (Gardena, Cal.) High School, where he was teammates with fellow USC Trojans, George Farmer and Marqise Lee…Earned Cal-Hi Sports All-State, All-CIF Northwest Division, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay and All-Del Rey League Defensive MVP honors as a sophomore…On offense, he had 45 receptions for 801 yards (17.8 ypc) with twelve touchdowns, adding 273 rushing yards…On defense, he produced 81 tackles with nine interceptions in 2007…The following season, Woods was named Cal-Hi Sports All-State, All-CIF Northwest Division Co-Defensive MVP, Rivals.com All-Southern Section, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Player of the Year and All-Del Rey League MVP…Posted 81 receptions for 1,378 yards (17.0 ypc and nineteen touchdowns and made 87 tackles with seven interceptions, returning two for touchdowns in 2008…Also scored five times via kickoff returns and two more times on punt returns…Woods’ 2009 honors included USA Today, Parade, EA Sports, Super Prep, Prep Star, Scout.com and Max Preps All-American first-team accolades, in addition to being named to the Sporting News Top 100, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Dream Team, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Orange County Register Fab 15, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State and Max Preps All-State Division III teams…The All-CIF Northwest Division Defensive MVP, Los Angeles Times All-Star Back of the Year, South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Player of the Year and All-Del Rey League MVP, Woods collected 66 passes for 1,112 yards and fifteen touchdowns at split end…Also recorded 96 tackles and intercepted eight passes, returning two for scores as a safety in 2009…Helped Serra High compile a 15-0 record and capture the CIF North-west Division title and the California state Division III championship (he gained 226 all-purpose yards in the state final game)…Was on Serra’s track team, where he finished third in the 2009 California state 400 meters and anchored the 2009 state champion 400-meter relay team…Named the 2009-10 Cal-Hi Sports Boys State Athlete of the Year after being selected 2008-09 Cal-Hi Sports Division IV Boys State Athlete of the Year…The following track season, he would earn South Bay Daily Breeze All-South Bay Track Athlete of the Year honors, repeating as the award winner again in 2010.

 

PERSONAL

Woods is a Policy, Planning, and Development major…His father and grandfather (both also named Robert) played football at Grambling State…His father was a first-team All-Southwestern Athletic Conference receiver and return specialist in 1977. During his GSU career (1974-77), he set the school all-time record with a 25.4-yard average as a punt returner, tying the Grambling State career-record by returning four punts for touchdowns, while his two kickoff returns for scores tied another school mark. Robert was then drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fifth round of the 1978 NFL Draft, playing for the Chiefs, old Cleveland Browns and Houston Oilers in 1978 before joining the Detroit Lions in 1979…Woods joined fifteen of his USC teammates and spent five days in Haiti in the spring of 2012 building homes and assisting those in need. ..Born 4/10/82 in Gardena, California.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RECEIVING STATISTICS…R/PG indicates receptions per game…GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game.
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG
2010 13 13 065     0792 12.18  06    61  5.00    060.92
2011 12 12 111     1292 11.64  15    82  9.25    107.67
2012 13 13 076     0846 11.13  11    41  5.85    065.08
TOTAL 38 38 252     2930 11.63  32    82  6.63    077.11

 

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2010  38      971 25.55  01    97  01     004 04.00  00    04
2011  17      393 23.12  00    47  13     118 09.08  00    26
2012  00      000 00.00  00    00  17     061 03.59  00    31
TOTAL  55    1364 24.80  01    97  31     183 05.90  00    31

 

RUSHING STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR FC
2010  06     050 08.33  00    22  01  00  01  00  00
2011  07     016 02.29  00    14  00  00  00  00  00
2012  01     076 76.00  00    76  03  03  00  00  00
TOTAL  14     142 10.14  00    76  04  03  01  00  00

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2010 13      110     0792     050     971     004     1817   07  16.52    139.77
2011 12      148     1292     016     393     118     1819   15  12.29    151.58
2012 13      094     0846     076     000     061     0983   11  10.46    075.62
TOTAL 38      352     2930     142   1364     183     4619   33  13.12    121.55

 

WOODS GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Hawaii 09/01/12 Hawaii 49-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

42

2

0

0

0

2

12

0

1

0

0

0

Syracuse 09/08/12 Syracuse 42-29

Yes

1

76

0

76

0

10

93

2

1

31

0

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Stanford 09/15/12 at Stanford 14-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

38

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

California 09/22/12 California 27-9

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Utah 10/04/12 at Utah 38-28

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

69

1

3

9

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Washington 10/13/12 at Washington 24-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

88

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Colorado 10/20/12 Colorado 50-6

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

132

4

0

0

0

4

24

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona 10/27/12 at Arizona 36-39

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

93

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Oregon 11/03/12 Oregon 51-62

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

71

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 11/10/12 Arizona St. 38-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

-3

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 11/17/12 at UCLA 28-38

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

68

0

3

2

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Notre Dame 11/24/12 Notre Dame 13-22

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

7

92

1

2

4

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Georgia Tech 12/31/12 Georgia Tech 7-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

33

0

4

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

1

76

0

76

0

76

846

11

17

61

0

11

66

0

3

0

0

0

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Minnesota 09/03/11 Minnesota 19-17

Yes

1

0

2

-2

0

17

177

3

0

0

0

3

73

0

3

18

Utah 09/10/11 Utah 23-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

102

0

1

17

0

1

14

0

0

0

Syracuse 09/17/11 Syracuse 38-17

Yes

1

14

0

14

0

8

82

1

1

-2

0

0

0

0

1

6

Arizona St. 09/24/11 at Arizona St. 22-43

Yes

1

2

0

2

0

8

131

0

0

0

0

2

75

0

0

0

Arizona 10/01/11 Arizona 48-41

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

14

255

2

0

0

0

3

77

0

2

12

California 10/13/11 at California 30-9

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

36

0

1

8

0

1

24

0

0

0

Notre Dame 10/22/11 at Notre Dame 31-17

Yes

1

5

0

5

0

12

119

2

2

29

0

1

20

0

2

12

Stanford 10/29/11 Stanford 48-56

Yes

1

0

2

-2

0

9

89

1

2

22

0

3

58

0

1

6

Colorado 11/04/11 at Colorado 42-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

130

2

2

3

0

2

33

0

2

12

Washington 11/12/11 Washington 40-17

Yes

1

4

0

4

0

2

5

0

3

32

0

1

19

0

0

0

Oregon 11/19/11 at Oregon 38-35

Yes

1

0

5

-5

0

7

53

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

12

UCLA 11/26/11 UCLA 50-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

12

113

2

1

9

0

0

0

0

2

12

Season Totals

7

25

9

16

0

111

1292

15

13

118

0

17

393

0

15

90

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Hawaii 09/02/10 at Hawaii 49-36

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

46

0

0

0

0

6

96

0

0

0

Virginia 09/11/10 Virginia 17-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

64

0

0

0

0

2

35

0

0

0

Minnesota 09/18/10 at Minnesota 32-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

33

0

0

0

0

2

122

1

1

6

Washington St. 09/25/10 at WSU 50-16

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

32

1

1

4

0

1

10

0

1

6

Washington 10/02/10 Washington 31-32

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

163

0

0

0

Stanford 10/09/10 at Stanford 35-37

Yes

1

0

0

0

0

12

224

3

0

0

0

3

86

0

3

18

California 10/16/10 California 48-14

Yes

2

25

0

25

0

7

116

2

0

0

0

1

25

0

2

12

Oregon 10/30/10 Oregon 32-53

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

7

59

0

0

0

0

8

200

0

0

0

Arizona St. 11/06/10 Arizona St. 34-33

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona 11/13/10 at Arizona 24-21

Yes

1

5

0

5

0

8

41

0

0

0

0

3

64

0

0

0

Oregon St. 11/20/10 at Oregon St. 7-36

Yes

2

22

2

20

0

3

15

0

0

0

0

2

68

0

0

0

Notre Dame 11/27/10 Notre Dame 16-20

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

87

0

0

0

0

3

79

0

0

0

UCLA 12/04/10 at UCLA 28-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

57

0

0

0

0

1

23

0

0

0

Season Totals

6

52

2

50

0

65

792

6

1

4

0

38

971

1

7

42

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board