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Name: Colby Wooden 
College: Auburn     Number: 25
Height: 6-3   Weight: 268
Position: DT  Pos2: DE
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.68
   40 Time: 4.78
  40 High: 4.87
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Height: 6032
Weight: 268

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 Colby Wooden, Auburn, Player News

  12/28/20 - DT Colby WoodenrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 268 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  2020 SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): DL Colby Wooden, Auburn,...Wooden ranks fourth in the SEC with 9.5 tackles for loss. He's recorded at least 0.5 TFL in eight of 10 games. - Auburn Football

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  12/04/20 - DT Colby WoodenrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 268 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  Entering this season, Auburn needed someone along the defensive line to lighten the blow of losing defensive tackle Derrick Brown and defensive end Marlon Davidson to the NFL. It didn't take long for redshirt freshman Colby Wooden to stand up to that immense challenge. Wooden has been a revelation up front in his second year as a Tiger, as he's recorded 36 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss - which leaves him second in the SEC - three sacks and three quarterback hurries through eight games. Wooden's emergence has been crucial for Auburn, and his youth is the cherry on top given he's just getting started. For him, the 2020 season has been enjoyable but also a constant learning experience.

"It's meant a lot, the fact that I get to come in and help my teammates after not contributing last year. It just feels great to be a contributing member of the team this year," Wooden said. " [The biggest lesson is] just being physical and speed. You've got to be physical at the point of attack as well as coming off the ball fast. The faster you get off the ball, the easier your job will be. "You've also got to attack with a physical mindset that this guy's not going to beat me, this guy's not going to whoop me. Once you get that mindset, you'll be fine." Wooden arrived in Auburn with high expectations as a four-star recruit from Lawrenceville, Georgia, but his first season with the Tigers he was limited thanks to the Tigers' depth. He appeared in three games in 2019, which allowed him to redshirt while learning among the Auburn's more-experienced linemen. - Opelika-Auburn News


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  11/14/20 - DT Colby WoodenrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 268 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  Regardless of where he has lined up, though, Wooden has gotten the job done. Through the Tigers' six games, he has recorded 29 tackles, with seven for a loss - including 1.5 sacks - and three quarterback hurries. His seven stops behind the line of scrimmage not only lead the SEC this season, but they're the most by an Auburn freshman - true or redshirt - in a single season since Carl Lawson had 7.5 in 2013. Lawson reached that mark over 14 games, while Wooden has done it in just six, with at least four remaining on the schedule this season. Wooden's 1.17 tackles for loss per game, so far, are the most by any Auburn player since Dee Ford finished with 1.21 per contest in 2013. "Colby's a great player," sophomore edge-rusher Derick Hall said. "… We knew coming into this year that he had a great opportunity to help us, but like you said, he's the best guy in the SEC-in the country, in my opinion-to get tackles for loss, and just being that key guy to help us contribute as a D-line unit. He's really stepped up to that role." - Birmingham News

(DS#5 DT) rFr/2024 DT Colby WoodenAuburn
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  09/24/20 - DT Colby WoodenrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 268 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  Two players really stood out at "surprises" on the top line at their respective positions - redshirt freshman defensive tackle Colby Wooden and redshirt freshman cornerback Jaylin Simpson. Wooden, who was praised by defensive coordinator Kevin Steele as one of Auburn's biggest risers this offseason, earned the defensive tackle spot previously held by consensus All-American Derrick Brown, beating out senior Daquan Newkirk for the starting job, while Simpson secured the No. 2 cornerback spot opposite Roger McCreary. - Birmingham News

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  09/16/20 - DT Colby WoodenrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 268 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  Colby Wooden wasn't himself during his first season on the Plains. The former four-star defensive end redshirted in 2019, appearing in just four games after a bout of mono set him back as a true freshman. He couldn't work out with his teammates during that time and dropped a bunch of weight - dipping below 240 pounds. Toward the end of the season, though, Wooden bounced back. He was stronger and "leaner and more powerful and explosive," former defensive end Marlon Davidson said in December, and his weight was back up to 260. As Davidson put it, Wooden got his "juice back." Following a prolonged and unusual offseason, Wooden has the juices flowing again and could take the biggest step forward this season among Auburn's returning defensive linemen as the Tigers try to maintain their dominance up front following the departures of Davidson, Derrick Brown and Nick Coe.

"Colby Wooden is a guy that you would have to say is not the star, but you would have to say he's one of the guys that has just taken a big jump from last year to this year," defensive coordinator Kevin Steele said. "He's played really well. Very mature." A big reason for that jump in readiness, Steele said, is credited to the work of strength and conditioning coach Ryan Russell this offseason. After Wooden shed all that weight last season during his bout with mono, he certainly had the most to gain from a full offseason of work with Russell. - Birmingham News


(DS#5 DT) rFr/2024 DT Colby WoodenAuburn
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