Four schools remain for Seventh Woods

NEW YORK CITY - Four schools remain on the list for the highly touted Seventh Woods.

One of the most athletic players in the country is four-star guard Seventh Woods. Woods has been on the national radar for a while, and after a strong summer he is now considering four schools in his recruitment.

“I think this was my best summer ever,” said Woods. “I think I played really well and improved a lot. I have really focused on the consistency with my jump shot and just being more ready for college.”

With a good summer behind him, Woods says that four schools remain in the mix for his commitment.

“I am down to my top four of Florida, Georgetown, South Carolina, and North Carolina,” said Woods. “I am in the process of figuring out my visits now.”

The new coaching staff at Florida has made Woods a major priority and he likes what they have been telling him.

“They have a new coaching staff and they allow you to have freedom and they are just trying to rebuild things,” said Woods.

One of the schools that has been after Woods the longest is North Carolina, and the Tar Heels continue to be a major force in this recruitment.

“North Carolina has probably been the most loyal school the entire time, and I talk to their coaches a lot,” noted Woods.

Also in the mix from day one has been South Carolina and head coach Frank Martin.

About the Gamecocks, Woods said, “That is my hometown school and they have done a great job with me in the recruiting process.”

Finally there is the Georgetown Hoyas. Georgetown loses starting guard D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera after the season so Woods likes the opportunity they present.

“Georgetown will be without a point guard so I know I will play right off the bat, and I have a good relationship with their coaches,” said Woods.

For now Woods says the plan is to make all of his visits and then come to a decision.

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