|Justin Woodall Interview
|By: Scott Porter
|February 21, 2010
Scott Porter: What is your height, weight and estimated 40 time?
Justin Woodall: 6'1", 220 lbs. Estimated 40 is 4.50.
Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Justin Woodall: I would say my size, ball skills and my football instincts are my biggest strengths on the field.
Scott Porter: What is your favorite memory while at Alabama?
Justin Woodall: Winning the National Championship this year. The blocked field goal vs. Tennessee to win the game are probably the two biggest because of the outcome and the impact that game had.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Justin Woodall: Win another Championship. Since I have one in college it would be nice to win one in both, also to be an All-Pro.
Scott Porter: What NFL player reminds you of yourself?
Justin Woodall: Darren Sharper.
Scott Porter: What type of person is an NFL team getting in you?
Justin Woodall: They are getting a player who is very dedicated to the game and will do whatever is needed.
Scott Porter: How would you describe your style of play?
Justin Woodall: I would describe it by saying that I am a very versatile safety. I can play in the box as well as cover the WR deep. I like to play physical.
Scott Porter: Who is the toughest player you have ever faced?
Justin Woodall: Matthew Stafford when he was with Georgia.
Scott Porter: What do you feel will be the hardest transition from the college level to the pro level?
Justin Woodall: Picking up the speed of the game because it is much faster and an entire different league of the best players in the nation.
Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Justin Woodall: Video games and playing basketball.
Scott Porter: Who has been your biggest influence?
Justin Woodall: My mom has always been my biggest influence throughout my career.
Scott Porter: Did you have a favorite player and team as a kid?
Justin Woodall: The 49ers were my team; Ed Reed is my favorite player.
Scott Porter: How has playing in the SEC helped prepare you for the NFL?
Justin Woodall: Playing in Nick Saban's defense has benefited me greatly for the NFL. This will make it easier for me to big up an NFL defense when I get there because Saban runs an NFL-like defense.
(September 21, GBNReport.com) --
Virginia Tech redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Williams is questionable at best for Saturday�s conference opener against Boston College after he injured a hamstring in last weekend�s win over East Carolina. The injury is not believed to be serious even though Williams had to be helped off the field and spent the second half on crutches, however, he has practiced on a limited basis this week.