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Durability does not appear to be an issue. He has appeared in 52 career games and has suffered no significant injuries.
No off-the-field red flags we are currently aware of.
BR's Sean O'Donnell noted Wooten's strength and weaknesses:
Wooten has a good size and strength combination to serve as an outside cornerback at the next level. He is strong enough to challenge a larger receiver in coverage. He shows his toughness by constantly getting a hit on a receiver within five yards to knock him off a route.
He does have fluid-enough hips to allow him a nice transition out of his backpedal. His upper-body strength comes into play once again as a tackler, which allows him to wrap up and throw down ball-carriers.
Doubling as a punt returner, Wooten shows a natural ability to be elusive in space and has great vision when carrying the football.
Wooten does not possess elite straight-line speed and is susceptible to getting beat on deep routes by quicker receivers. He does show decent recovery speed but will only be able to catch a receiver with average speed.
He struggles reading the quarterback and anticipating the route of the wide receiver.
Because of this, he struggles to get his head turned around when the ball comes his way. This could create an issue drawing penalties at the next level.