Green , Woodrow
Woodrow "Woody" Green was born in 1951 and was a multi-sport standout at Portland's Jefferson High School where he played football, basketball and track. In high school he was All-League, All-State and All-American in football and in 1970 he was the state 100-yard champion with a time of 9.7w. He later played halfback at Arizona State University where he was a three year starter. In 1971, he was an Honorable Mention All-American selection by UPI and AP. Once again in 1972, he was a consensus All-American selection by UPI and AP. His senior year he was a first team All-American selection by the college coaches and was a first or second team All-American selection by every major publication. In 1974, he was a first round draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs where he played three seasons from 1974 to 1976. His NFL career was limited and cut short by injuries. For his NFL career he played in 28 games, rushed the ball 375 times for 1,442 yards, at 3.8 yards per rush and 9 touchdowns. He also had a career 58 receptions for 562 yards, at 9.7 yards per catch and 2 touchdowns.