In need of more depth in the secondary, West Virginia football picked up a commitment from Illinois State transfer Charles Woods Saturday afternoon.
Three offers in high school, signed FCS and dominated, but now it’s time to play on a bigger stage. Believe in You. Morgantown lets ride!!٩ @Backendcoach12 @NealBrown_WVU @TrustMyEyesO pic.twitter.com/T0nu9dudgA
— ٩ (@c_woods9) April 17, 2021
Woods (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) was a three-year contributor at cornerback for the Redbirds at the FCS level. Woods collected two interceptions with 20 tackles as a freshman out of Kimball High School in Dallas, Texas. A full-time starter in 2019, Woods had 48 total tackles with four interceptions.
Illinois State did not play football last fall, instead playing four games this spring. In those four games, Woods had 16 tackles and three pass deflections.
Woods entered the NCAA transfer portal last month and immediately committed to SMU at the time. He was lightly recruited coming out of high school in 2018. He was unrated by 247Sports and rivals and did not receive an FBS offer.