South Carolina vs. Middle Tennessee - November 18, 2006 (photos courtesy of Associated Press)
2007: Played in 10 games, making three starts... logged 26 tackles, including 22 solo stops... started the season opener at free safety against Louisiana-Lafayette... credited with a forced fumble at LSU... suffered a right hamstring injury in practice and did not play at North Carolina or versus Vanderbilt... started the final two games of the season at cornerback... had seven tackles and intercepted a Tim Tebow pass against Florida... had eight tackles against Clemson, including seven solo stops... 15 of his 26 tackles came in the final two games... coming off a strong spring in which he shared Most Improved Cornerback honors with Carlos Thomas.
2006: Played in all 13 games, making nine starts... tied for third on the team with 47 tackles, including 39 solo stops... recorded a pair of tackles behind the line of scrimmage... had a season-high nine tackles against Arkansas and eight stops against Vanderbilt, both team highs for those games... led the team with three interceptions, the first three of his career... logged his first career interception in the loss to Georgia in Week 2... also intercepted a pass at Kentucky and had a pick at Florida.
2005: Saw action in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman playing behind Johnathan Joseph... credited with nine tackles, including six solos... logged a pair of pass breakups and recovered two fumbles... made his first career start against Troy... responded with a season-best three solo stops... recovered a fumble against Kentucky... recovered a fumble in the endzone at Tennessee, which was a key in the upset win over the Volunteers.
2004: True freshman defensive back who was redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Middleton High School in Tampa, Fla., in 2004... played for Coach Harry Hubbard... played cornerback, wide receiver, quarterback and was a return specialist... named first-team all-county.
PERSONAL: Stoney Ray Woodson Jr. was born Oct. 11, 1985... working towards a degree in hotel, restaurant and tourism management.