DeAndre Woods visits Tuscaloosa

DeAndre Woods, wide receiver from Clay-Chalkville, Ala., is one of the top juniors in his home-state. He was one of several elite underclassmen in Tuscaloosa this past weekend. Woods talked with Andrew Bone about the unofficial visit.


"I went to the Alabama/Arkansas game," said DeAndre Woods. "There were a lot of people there. That was my first time experiencing going to a game, and the crowd being like that. I liked it.

"The team did good. I thought it was going to be close. They blew them out. I was impressed with [Marquis] Maze."

Woods talked with a couple of coaches during the visit.

"I talked to coach Pruitt and coach McElwain," he said. "Coach McElwain said they are looking at me. Coach Pruitt was talking to me about my hands. I think they are good coaches. They know what they are talking about. I feel like they can lead me in the right direction."

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete has a scholarship offer from Auburn, and Alabama is expressing heavy interest.

Clay-Chalkville hosts Gadsden City Friday night.

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