Woodland to visit Pac 12 school in June

Next month, Saddleback WR Rodney Woodland (5-9, 180) will take an official visit to a Pac 12 school. JCFootball.com caught up with the talented wideout recently and he updated us on things...

Even though Woodland isn't the biggest receiver prospect out there, he plays bigger than his size would indicate and with his 4.27 speed, he's a playmaker that worries defensive coordinators.

"I tore my ACL about halfway through last season," Woodland told JCFootball.com recently. "I just braced it up and played the last half of the season.

"It really didn't affect my speed at all, but it hurt my cutting ability a little."

Even with his injury, Woodland was very productive posting 43 catches for 488 yards and five touchdowns while rushing the ball 38 times for 193 yards.

"They used me in a lot of different ways," Woodland noted. "I was in the slot and out wide, but mostly it was in the slot."

Next month, Woodland will travel to Berkeley next month (June 18th) to take an official visit to Cal and said he's looking forward to seeing what the Golden Bears have to offer.

"They haven't offered me a scholarship yet, but they are close to offering," Woodland said. "It will be a good expeirence for me and I'm looking forward to seeing the campus and meeting with the coaches up there.

"The other schools recruiting me right now are Kansas State, Utah, Iowa State and I've also talked to Middle Tennessee as well."

Woodland is on ahead of the pace to graduate next spring, but is taking some summer courses in the hopes of finishing up in December. He will have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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