Looks stiff transitioning out of his breaks and struggles to get back up to speed when asked to turn and run. Isn't real fluid or smooth and will take a couple steps to get back up to full speed. Exhibits above-average body control when asked to break down in pursuit and tackle and does a nice job wrapping up on the play. Nevertheless, he isn't a real physical striker and is more of a drag-down guy in all areas of the game.
Impression: Isn't real fluid, rangy or balanced vs. the pass game and doesn't seem to have the type of ball-hawking skills to make many plays on the football at the next level. Also, lacks the size/strength to warrant consideration as a potential strong safety and the speed/athleticism to play corner."
Has a tall, choppy pedal and is not explosive out of breaks.
Eyes and positional instincts are lacking — slow to diagnose and reacts late to the run.
Looks too mechanical and unnatural.
Is not a presence on the field — minimal ball production and has short arms and small hands.
Size-speed prospect who does not play as fast as his track background suggests.
Might fit best as a short-area, press-zone corner and will have to excel on special teams to make it."
If healthy is a fast cover corner with decent size and very good long speed; also has run sprints for the Wolverines with a 100M PB of 10.6; still more of a track guy than a football player; isn’t all that instinctive and lacks much in the way of elite ball skills;
Indeed, started all 12 games in 2009, but had all of one pass break-up and has never had an interception in his career; son of former Michigan All-American RB Butch Woolfolk, a first-round pick by the Giants in 1982."