Asiantii Woulard studied behind quarterback Brett Hundley as he redshirted this season, focusing mostly on improving his pocket presence. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound freshman didn’t say much about his readiness to start should Hundley go pro, but did talk about their work together.
“He helped me a lot with understanding our protections and where to start our progressions, different defenses against the formation that we’re running,” Woulard said. “he’s been behind me sometimes when I’m running our offense, reminding me of who to read, who am I keying, where to make the throw if this guy does what. He’s actually walking with me every step of the way.”