On December 10, Strongsville High School's D. J. Woods ended his recruitment for a second time when he verbally committed to play his college football at West Virginia for Rich Rodriguez. Woods had originally committed to Nebraska in late July, but after seeing the handwriting on the wall regarding Bill Callahan's future with the Cornhuskers, D. J. felt forced to reopened his recruitment in October.
Now Rich Rodriguez has changed his address from Morgantown to Ann Arbor, and Woods is once again left contemplating his future. D.J. spoke to Bearcat Insider on Thursday and was asked about his future plans. "Right now I'm kind of open, but he (Rodriguez) wants me to come with him to Michigan."
Woods would make a nice late addition to Cincinnati's recruiting class, but the three star wideout stopped well short of promising anything, including his taking an official visit to the Queen City. "Yes, I might visit Cincinnati, but I don't know what I'm going to do. I'm still open to West Virginia. I don't want to shut them out until I know what I want to do."
Bearcat Insider will check back with Woods in a couple weeks.
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