Michigan State transfer CB Ed Woods has a message for the doubters
Michigan State transfer CB Ed Woods has a message for the doubters

The Michigan State football team made a big transfer move this spring when they signed cornerback Ed Woods from Arizona State.

Woods was a two-year starter for the Sun Devils and is expected to have an immediate impact for the Spartans in the one year of eligibility he has left.

However, the transfer cornerback is already going unnoticed, as Woods is not ranked among the 12 highest-rated returning Big Ten cornerbacks by Pro Football Focus College for the 2024 season.

Woods reposted the PFF College post on X, formerly known as Twitter, and responded with the following reply:

In PFF College, Iowa’s Sabastian Castro received the highest grade at 91.2, followed by Indiana’s Cedarius Doss (90.4) and D’Angelo Ponds (89.7), Nebraska’s Tommi Hill (85.9), Michigan’s Aamir Hall (85.7), Wisconsin’s Ricardo Hallman (83.5), Oregon’s Kam Alexander (80.7), Ohio State’s Denzel Burke (80.2), Minnesota’s Ethan Robinson (79.8), USC’s John Humphrey (79.8), Oregon’s Jabbar Muhammad (79.4) and Michigan’s Will Johnson (78.9).

Woods is coming off the 2023 season in which he recorded 33 tackles, 3.0 yards for loss, one interception, four passes defensed and two forced fumbles in 12 games.

In his four seasons at Arizona State, Woods recorded 66 tackles, 5.0 for loss, 1.0 sacks, 10 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one interception.

Woods is one of many transfers to join the Spartans this spring, and perhaps the most important. Michigan State’s secondary will rely on Woods’ veteran experience to match his talent on the field.

Spartans fans will be happy to know that Woods is going into his final college season with an inferiority complex.

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By Isla