2013 (Junior at Wake Forest)
Played in 10 games with four starts after transferring from the Air Force Academy ... Started the final four games of the season, replacing the injured A.J. Marshall at free safety ... Finished the season with 39 tackles, including 25 solo and one for loss ... Had one pass breakup and one fumble recovery ... Key special teams performer who tied for second on the team with six special teams tackles ... Made his Wake Forest debut vs. ULM (Sept. 14) ... Had five tackles, all solo, at Clemson (Sept. 28) ... Made three tackles and had a pass breakup vs. Maryland (Oct. 19) ... Had four tackles, including a half for loss, at No. 7 Miami (Oct. 26) ... Entered the starting lineup at Syracuse (Nov. 2) and finished with three solo stops ... Turned in a season-high nine tackles, including a half-tackle for loss, vs. No. 3 Florida State (Nov. 9) ... Had five tackles, including four solo, at Vanderbilt (Nov. 30).
Transferred from the Air Force Academy prior to the 2013 season ... In two seasons at Air Force (2010 and 2011), amassed 87 total tackles and two interceptions.
2012 (Air Force)
Sat out the season.
2011 (Sophomore at Air Force)
Played in all 13 games, starting nine ... Started each of the final six games of the year ... Ranked fifth on the team with 57 total tackles, including 25 solo stops and 1.5 tackles for loss ... Made one interception, against New Mexico, on the year ... Tied his career-best with nine tackles against Toledo in the Military Bowl ... Had five tackles vs. Colorado State ... Turned in five tackles, including one for loss vs. Wyoming.
2010 (Freshman at Air Force)
Played in 10 games, starting the last six ... Recorded 30 total tackles, including 10 unassisted ... Had one interception and two pass breakups ... First career start at TCU ... Recorded a then-career-high eight tackles ... Also recorded his first-career interception ... Had eight tackles vs. Utah ... Turned in a career-best nine tackles at UNLV ... Blocked a punt vs. Colorado State.
Lettered four years in track and three each in football and basketball ... Played football for coach Rich McWhorter at Charlton County ... Helped the Indians to back-to-back state championships in football ... First-team all-region ... Three-time regional champion in the 110-meter high hurdles ... Second-team all-region selection in basketball ... National Honor Society member ... Named academic all-region ... Graduated in the top 10 percent of his class.
Majoring in communication ... Son of Anthony Wooding, Sr., and Shardon Greaves ... One of seven children ... Majored in computer engineering with a minor in business management at the Air Force Academy.