BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who was the second-round selection of the Montr�al Alouettes in the CFL draft.
POSITIVES: Woodruff is a wide-bodied blocker who's played both guard and tackle in college. He offers limited upside for the next level,
but he could catch on as an inexpensive utility lineman unless he chooses to play professional football in Canada.
NEGATIVES: Struggles to adjust, and exploited by quick defensive lineman. Lacks footwork in space and struggles the larger the area he
is asked to block.
ANALYSIS: Tough, small-area blocker who fights hard until the whistle blows. Bends his knees, plays with leverage, and easily anchors
at the point. Extends his hands into defenders, makes good use of angles, and pushes opponents from the action. Keeps his
feet moving and rarely gives up an inch.