He needs to stay humble. Im sure the kid knows that he is the best player in his age right now. If he can do that then he has a bright future.
14 Year Old Seventh Woods
Posted February 14, 2014 - 12:11 PM
Wish I had hops like that now. [expletive]!
Mike D'Antoni is GARBAGE.
Posted November 21, 2015 - 03:24 AM
Seventh Woods Junior going into Senior Tape
Seems he's slowed his game down a bit and is trying to play under control and matured. According to everyone that's seen him outside of highlights all the crazy athleticism is still there he just uses it in spurts as he no longer goes 100 mph and doesn't try to dunk on everyone.
That's good for his overall game and maturity, but it won't make him "youtube hype". But it's good that he's trying to get his game to a more complete style as opposed to relying solely on his athleticism.
He reminded me a bit of a Westbrook-like PG before, but it seems going into his Senior Year he's gonna play a style closer to CP's. Hey, I won't hate on it, he'll be a more complete player in the long run, and a kid making that decision while he's so young to throw away all the flash he's capable of via his athleticism to instead play a more well rounded game and focus on being a point guard and getting his teammates involved?
It's that kind of thinking that can separate players. Unfortunately he broke his wrist last season so he's been under the radar and his rankings dropped as Dennis Smith Jr is now considered the best PG of the 2016 class and Woods has dropped to around 10-14th.
Even still, watch out for this kid, he's back now and when all's said and done if he balls out he'll make people remember in due time.
UNC GOT HIM!!
Seventh Woods commits to UNC over South Carolina
"Coach Roy Williams and his coaching staff believed in me from day one and UNC has always been my dream school growing up," Woods told ESPN.com's Reggie Rankin.
A 6-foot-1 guard from Hammond School (South Carolina), Woods made a name for himself early in his high school career with YouTube highlights and mixtapes showcasing his athleticism and dunking ability. However, Woods is more than just a guy who makes plays in the open court. He has improved as a distributor and decision-maker as his high school career has progressed, although he still is working on being more of a pure point guard at the next level. Woods also is capable of making shots from the perimeter. He had seven straight games with at least 17 points to finish off the spring session of the Under Armour Association circuit.
Woods will give Roy Williams another backcourt weapon when he enters the program, and will help ease the loss of senior All-American Marcus Paige. Nate Britt and Joel Berry will be back to run the point, but Woods gives the Tar Heels an added element of explosiveness on the perimeter.
Roy Williams is gonna love this kid. You know Roy loves his point guards and he JUST got Seventh. Oh this is gonna be fun if it all goes well!!
Edited by Majesty, November 21, 2015 - 03:26 AM.
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