Trey Woods
Defensive EndDE
Wyoming Cowboys
2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Trey Woods in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Makes switch to defensive end
DEWyoming
August 15, 2018
Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl confirmed Tuesday that Woods has been moved from running back to defensive end, Brandon Foster of the Casper Star-Tribune reports.
ANALYSIS
Woods finished the 2017 campaign as Wyoming's leading rusher with 493 yards on 142 carries. That poor efficiency (3.4 yards per carry) along with the numbers the Cowboys have since added to their backfield apparently cast some doubts on Woods' ability to be a major contributor on offense, so the coaching staff elected to shift the sophomore over to the other side of the ball. Woods has prior experience on defense after opening fall camp at linebacker last season before switching over to offense, but since he's currently listed at just 218 pounds, he could struggle to make an impact as a pass rusher in 2018. After missing most of the spring with a shoulder injury, Woods should at least be healthy for the Aug. 25 opener at New Mexico State after receiving clearance for full contact last week.
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To return for 2018 campaign
DEWyoming
Shoulder
July 24, 2018
Woods (shoulder) may be limited in fall camp, but he'll likely take the field for the season opener against New Mexico State, Robert Gagliardi of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports.
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Out for season
DEWyoming
Shoulder
May 29, 2018
Woods (shoulder) has been ruled out for the 2018 season, Robert Gagliardi of WyoSports.net reports.
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Inefficient in blowout win
DEWyoming
September 30, 2017
Woods carried the ball 21 times for 53 yards in a win over Texas State on Saturday.
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