- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
Paired with our 'Exit Interview' series, Loss Impact looks at departing starters/major contributors to assess how much his loss will mean to Michigan.
Troy Woolfolk bounced around the Michigan secondary throughout his career -- always fighting for playing time. Whenever it seemed like he was about to break through as a full-fledged starter, he would get injured. It wore on him, too, as he mentioned to WolverineNation in his exit interview.
In his career, Woolfolk made 90 tackles, broke up five passes but did not intercept a pass. His senior season was spent moving from cornerback to safety with the emergence of freshman cornerback Blake Countess.
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