Former Maryland star creates custom cleats to honor the late Jordan McNair
Former Maryland star defensive back Josh Woods created some spectacular cleats to honor former Maryland player Jordan McNair, who passed away in 2018 due to a heatstroke he suffered at a workout.
Here are a few pictures of the cleats, courtesy of the Maryland Terrapins official Twitter account:
— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) December 3, 2020
As the tweet also says, it supports the Jordan McNair Foundation as it educates student-athletes, parents, and the community on heat-related illnesses, according to their Twitter.
Woods played four years for the Terps and his best season came during his senior year. He had 62 tackles with four pass breakups and two interceptions.
Woods now plays for the Chicago Bears where he’s a linebacker. He’s played in all 10 games for them this season and has five tackles (four solo). Woods also played in Chicago last season as well and had five total tackles (three solo).