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California safety Raymond Woodie III is joining his father at Bethune-Cookman

He joins his father, Raymond Woodie Jr., who is entering his second season as head coach of his alma mater.
He joins his father, Raymond Woodie Jr., who is entering his second season as head coach of his alma mater.

Bethune Cookman has landed a very amazing safety prospect in Raymond Woodie III. The name is very familiar, because his father is the head coach at B-CU.

The younger Woodie began his college career at Florida State University, where he played two seasons. He recorded 34 total tackles, four tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery in 19 games with the Seminoles in a stacked secondary.

The four-star safety then transferred to the University of California at Berkley, where he played three seasons.

Woodie is now transferring to play for his father at Bethune-Cookman and will become an immediate impact player. Bethune has landed several solid players this year to include ASU standout Shawn Russ Jr. and Central Florida’s three-star prospect Dallaz Corbitt.

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