Jared Woodruff joined the Wyoming Football program as a graduate assistant in the spring of 2011. He came to Wyoming from Jefferson High School in El Paso, Texas, where he was the quarterbacks coach from 2010-11.
Woodruff will assist the Wyoming offensive coaching staff in practice preparation and during practices. He will help prepare scouting reports on opponents and will also assist in hosting recruiting weekends.
Prior to coaching at Jefferson High School, Woodruff coached the defensive backs and outside linebackers at Shepherd High School in Shepherd, Texas.
After graduating from UTEP, Woodruff coached one season of junior college football at College of the Siskiyous in Weed, Calif. He was the linebackers and defensive backs coach at Siskiyous.
Woodruff has worked numerous football camps through the years. He worked the Sonny Detmer Passing Camp in 2006, the UTEP Football Camps in the summers of 2009 and 2010 and the Wyoming Football Camp in the summer of 2011 and `12.
He earned a bachelor's degree in multi-disciplinary studies from UTEP in 2007. As an undergraduate, he served as a student assistant with the Miner Football program from 2005-07. In 2005, he was part of a UTEP program that earned a bid to the GMAC Bowl versus Toledo.
Woodruff is the grandson of former University of Washington football coach Don James.