Woodson had a nice freshman year, showcasing quite a bit of upside. He threw for 492 yards, while completing just under 62% of his passes to go with two touchdowns and an interception. He moved into the starting lineup as a sophomore, throwing for 1,644 yards and six touchdowns, completing 57.7% of his passes. Woodson put it all together last year, breaking out with an awesome junior campaign. He threw for 3,515 yards while completing 63% of his passes, with an amazing 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He had another huge season as a senior, throwing for 3,351 yards, while completing 63% of his passes for 36 touchdowns and ten interceptions.
Woodson is the ideal pocket passer. He has excellent size. He has the height to see the defense, and a sturdy frame to sit in the pocket and deliver a strike with pressure coming. He has a big time arm and can make every throw possible. Woodson has also proven to be efficient with the football, staying away from big mistakes. He has also been very accurate, with a career completion percentage of over 60%.
As with most pocket passers, Woodson does not bring much in the form of mobility. He is not going to do much outside of the pocket with his feet. He has some mechanical flaws that lead to inconsistencies with his throws.
Woodson had another fine season but still has questions. He has all the physical tools but needs a little work. He had some problems at the Senior Bowl and other QB’s have caught ground on him, possibly passing him on some boards. He is still a fine prospect that should be taken in the second round at some point.