Woodley played for Lloyd Carr's Michigan team from 2003 to 2006. He predominantly played defensive end and sometimes linebacker, depending on the front seven's alignment. In 2006, Woodley was named the defensive captain of the Wolverines by his teammates. He collected 12 sacks as a senior and won the Lombardi Award as the best lineman, offensive or defensive, in the country.
Lamar Woodley was Second Team All-Big Ten in 2004, Honorable Mention All-Big ten in 2005, and broke out in 2006 when he earned First Team All-Big Ten, Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year, and Big Ten Defensive player of the year. In 2006 he was a unanimous All-American and also won the Ted Hendricks award for best defensive lineman in the country.
Lamar Woodley was drafted in 2007 by the Pittsburg Steelers at 46th overall. With the steelers he has been selected to one Pro Bowl(2009) and has won one Superbowl.
Here is a video that shows his highlights at Michigan and it also shows how far our cameras have come since the mid-2000s.