Sun Devils in the Lead for JC Running Back

His trip to Tempe was the fist official visit for Jarrell Woods. This may not be the last official visit for the West Los Angeles College running back, but he told Devils Digest that ASU would be a hard act to follow.

"It was great," said the 5-11 210 Jarrell Woods. "I got to tour the campus, the stadium…got to see Tempe and Scottsdale and it was real nice. The facilities and the academics are the things that really impressed me on the visit. They really make sure that you're eligible and that you leave school with a degree. With the facilities, I really liked how everything is so close together."

While the running back admitted that Arizona State is leading for his services, he isn't quite ready to make a decision. "I didn't have a chance to talk to my family yet," he explained, "and I'm not necessary in a hurry to make a decision." When does he expect to reach a resolution? "I'll probably know within two or three days and before my next visit," he replied. "I'm gonna either visit Michigan State or Oregon this weekend – more than likely it will be Michigan State."

Woods attended high school in Northville, Mich. and signed with the University of Utah out of high school along with his twin brother Josh Woods who's still with the Utes as a defensive back. After redshirting his freshman year, he decided to attend West Los Angeles College where he flourished. In his only year at the junior college ranks, he collected nine touchdowns, over 700 yards rushing and averaged 4.1 yards a carry. He was voted All-Conference.

Since Woods was a qualifier out of high school, he is a three for three player in terms of eligibility.

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