``I've played well this spring and when I haven't played well, my teammates have stepped up," Woodfox said. "Everybody on our team can score."
Woodfox is an undersized two-guard who can really put up points in a hurry. He's a good outside shooter and is quick enough to get to the basket and finish.
However, he'll need to work on his ballhandling and decision-making abilities before he can effectively play the point in college.
``He's going to be a little combo guard," Dallas Mustangs coach Tony Johnson said. "He'll be a good backup point guard, but his main position is a two-guard because he shoots it so well. He handles it well enough to be a backup point guard, but that's what he needs to work on – his ballhandling. He's big-time because he can shoot it."