60m: 6.88 (2/15/19)
100m: 10.47 (4/26/19)
200m: 21.42 (5/4/19)
Big Ten Championships
2019 (O): 100m - 10.65p (10th); 4x100m Relay - 40.03 (5th)
2019 (I): 60m - 6.95p (18th)
Indoor: Started competing with the Husker track and field program after his first season playing wide receiver on the Nebraska football team...ran the 60m in 6.88 at the Nebraska Tune-Up to finish second...placed 18th at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 60m.
Outdoor: Finished 10th in the 100m (10.65) at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships and took fifth with the 4x100m relay (40.20)...qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round with the 4x100m relay, finishing 14th and narrowly missing a bid to nationals...won the 200m and 4x100m titles at the Nebraska Invitational...ran a season-best 21.42 at the Nebraska Invitational.
Before Nebraska (The Avalon School/Arizona Western CC)
Woodyard joined Nebraska in June of 2018 following two seasons at Arizona Western Community College, where he helped Coach Tom Minnick’s team to a 20-2 combined record.
In 2017, Woodyard caught 36 passes for 522 yards and six touchdowns and also had 304 yards on kickoff returns. His play helped the Matadors to a 9-1 record and a trip to the NJCAA national championship game. A Maryland native, Woodyard averaged 23.7 yards on 11 receptions as a freshman in 2016, with five of those catches resulting in touchdowns. Woodyard also averaged 26.0 yards on kickoff returns, helping Arizona Western to an 11-1 record in 2016.
Woodyard was ranked as the No. 2 junior college wide receiver in the country by 247Sports and was listed as the No. 23 overall JUCO prospect by the site. Woodyard played high school ball at The Avalon School in Gaithersburg, Md., where he was also a member of the basketball team and a track standout. In high school, Woodyard showed his speed with a 10.68 in the 100 meters and a 21.50 in the 200. Woodyard also visited UCF, Tennessee, Syracuse and Maryland and had numerous other offers.