Woolfolk to All-Star Game 

February, 3, 2012
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Just when you thought All-Star games were over -- here comes another one.

Former Michigan defensive back Troy Woolfolk will be playing in the Players All-Star Classic in Little Rock, Ark. on Saturday.

Woolfolk began the season as one of Michigan's starting cornerbacks but was eventually moved to safety, where he split time with Thomas Gordon.

Joining him in Arkansas, according to the game's Website, is former Michigan receiver Toney Clemons, who transferred to Colorado. Woolfolk is on the North team and Clemons is on the South, so they could be matched up against one another.
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