Woods makes Big Ten commitment

Flint (Mich.) Southwestern Academy defensive end Quintin Woods made an official visit to Michigan this past weekend. He actually committed to the Wolverines while in Ann Arbor. He just didn't tell everyone.
Now Woods is ready to let the schools still recruiting him and everyone else know.
"I don't think I'll take my Iowa visit," Woods said. "I actually committed to Michigan on my visit."
Woods was scheduled to visit Iowa Jan. 20 and Missouri Jan. 27.
"I'm pretty sure I won't visit Iowa and Missouri," Woods said. "I haven't had a chance to call them. I'm going to call everybody and tell them I committed to Michigan."
Woods said the Wolverines were the team to beat all along.
"They were my primary school," Woods said. "When I went on my visit I just had to see how everything was. I had to see how I got along with the staff and the players, all that stuff."
Woods will likely play on the defensive side of the ball for the Wolverines.
"They talked about offense too," Woods said. "They said tight end. But mainly defensive end."
The 6-foot-6 and 218-pound Woods was injured and did not play football during his junior season. But he made up for lost time and was impressive enough his senior season to land scholarship offers from not only the Wolverines, but Iowa, Missouri, Michigan State, and Indiana.