Lee Woodall has spent his life dedicated to training, fitness, and athletic accomplishments. Lee was born in York, PA and grew up in Carlisle, PA, where Lee played high school sports. Lee was awarded a scholarship to play collegiate football at West Chester University. His stellar college career led to a 6th round draft choice for the San Francisco 49ers. Lee spent 8 years in the NFL where he played 6 years for San Francisco 49ers, 1 year at the Carolina Panthers and 1 Year with the Denver Broncos. Lee was a starter 7 out 8 years of his NFL career. At San Francisco He was a starting rookie during the 1994 season – and he made the All-Rookie Team. That year, the 49ers beat the San Diego Charges 49-26 in Super Bowl XXIX, making Lee a Super Bowl Champion. During his 8-year NFL career, Lee was selected for 2 Pro-Bowls in 1995 and 1997 and was named All-Pro in 1995.
Currently, Lee is heavily involved in the NFL Alumni organization and serves as the NFL Alumni National Board Director. He is in the process of writing a book titled “Transitions” and will launch his “NO EXCUSES NFL Alumni Transition BOOT CAMP” for retired NFL player in 2023. Lee is married to Terri Barnett-Matthews and loves spending time with God, family, friends, and working in the community. Lee joined Cumberland’s board in 2022.