AT COLORADO: This Season (Fr.)-Projected as a defensive back, most likely at corner, in his true freshman year in college.
HIGH SCHOOL-As a senior, SuperPrep ranked him the No. 10 player in the Mid-Atlantic Region, the second defensive back, and also listed him as the No. 2 prospect out of Washington, D.C. ESPN.com slotted him as the No. 18 cornerback in the nation while Rivals.com ranked him the No. 22 corner; MaxPreps ranked him the No. 17 safety in the country. Most of the services also considered him to be the No. 2 prospect out of the District. The Washington Post selected him the D.C. area Player of the Year, as he was a first-team All-Met selection. He also garnered first-team All-District and first-team All-Eastern League honors (the latter for a second consecutive year). Following his senior season, he participated in the Chesapeake Bowl All-Star Game in Edgewater, Md.; the game featured top seniors from D.C., Maryland and Virginia taking on those from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. His career totals playing cornerback and wide receiver included 14 interceptions, three returned for touchdowns. In addition to those three scores, he had 11 other TDs: eight receiving, one by punt return, one via kickoff return and one on a blocked punt return, giving him 14 career touchdowns in five different ways. As a senior, he had 43 tackles, five interceptions (96 return yards, including a 30-yard touchdown), eight pass breakups, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt, while on offense, he had 12 receptions for 280 yards and four scores. He also made an impact on special teams, returning both a kickoff (100 yards) and a punt (66 yards) for touchdowns. Top games as a senior included a 24-6 win over Wilson (three catches for 77 yards and 2 TDs, the 100-yard kickoff return and a blocked punt) and a 35-14 loss to Washington (three receptions for 46 yards, the 66-yard punt return while making seven tackles). In his junior season, he had 32 tackles, seven interceptions, five pass breakups, and three blocked punts, scoring on an interception return and a blocked punt return, in addition to four offensive scores. His best performance as a junior came in a 28-12 win over Fairmont Heights when he made three interceptions to go along with six tackles. As a sophomore, he recorded eight tackles but had two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. Under coach Greg Fuller, Woodson went 24-12 in his three seasons (6-5 as a senior; 9-3 as a junior; 9-4 as a sophomore), winning the Eastern League in both his sophomore and junior years. He ran track as a sophomore, participating on the relay teams (4x100- and 4x200-meter).
ACADEMICS-He is undecided on a major, but is interested in Psychology.
PERSONAL-He was born February 8, 1993, in Washington, D.C. He enjoys playing volleyball, going to movies and hanging out with friends in his spare time. He also serves his community by assisting at a group home in D.C. At Woodson, he teamed with 2011 Buff recruit Sherrard Harrington, as well as 2012 CU signees John Walker and De'Jon Wilson.