Josh Woods scored a touchdown as a junior wide receiver at McDonogh in his first start during a home victory against Bishop O’Connell.
Woods, now a junior at Maryland, wouldn’t mind repeating that first-start magic Saturday when the Terps play in their homecoming game against Purdue.
This time, it would come as a safety.
Woods, who came to Maryland as a 6-1, 170-pound receiver, will make his debut as a starter on defense. Now 205 pounds, Woods takes over for one of his closest friends, Denzel Conyers, who tore his ACL at Central Florida Sept. 17.
“It’s definitely something special, but if you make it more than what it is, you can psych yourself out,” Woods said...