I think Fr. Wood entered the Seminary in 2003 -- so he never got to study under Bishop Williamson, not even for a day. Fr. Yves Le Roux all the way.
I'm surprised by the number of professors that I knew as seminarians. I wasn't there THAT long ago!
Fr. Asher I can understand, because he was in his mid 30's when he was ordained. But these young guys? Don't they have someone a bit older to FORM future priests?
Maybe because all the older SSPX priests were formed by Bishop Williamson, and Menzingen doesn't want them creating any spiritual grand-children for the good Bishop?
Once again, just like with importing French priests into the country to serve in leadership roles, etc. you have the SSPX "powers that be" practically denying the existence of a huge swath of priests -- because they've been "tainted" by Bishop Williamson's influence.
So as far as they're concerned, they only have a couple graduating years of priests to work with, at least for the English-speaking world.