Al'vonte Woodard, a 6-foot-1, 193-pound wide receiver from Houston (Texas) Lamar earned an invitation to the Under Armour All-America Game after a dominating performance at the Under Armour Camp in Houston on Sunday.
"It feels like a lifetime goal," Woodard said moments after receiving the honor.
Woodard is one of those prospects who attacks everything with a chip on his shoulder, although you can also tell that he is having fun out there.
"All the people that is doubting I am going to prove to them this year – my senior year – especially at the Under Armour All-America Game against the best people to not doubt me," Woodard said.
Woodard has a heavy offer list that has reached the 25 offer mark before the start of spring practice of his junior year, but one national offer was that 'aha moment' for him, a big moment when he knew he had arrived on the national scene.
"I gotta say Ohio State," Woodard answered when asked about a game changing offer. "When I got the offer, that’s a huge offer. They have some of the best college football players."
Woodard is on the verge of releasing a cut-down Top 10 list of schools that he can focus on.
"I am not sure when it is coming," Woodard explained. "I am actually just waiting on one more offer."
The Scout 300 prospect expects one school to make the list for sure.
"Texas A&M," Woodard said. "It's close to home."
Under Armour Camp Evaluation: Probably the MVP of the camp, Woodard is a technician at the wide receiver position, who was able to create tremendous separation with his route running ability. He has all the moves in his bag of tricks. The four-star also has plus size at the position and could really fit into any offense. He is big enough and strong enough to play outside and quick enough and smooth enough to play in the slot. He is closing in on releasing his Top 10, but look for schools like Ohio State and Texas A&M to be on his list. Earned an invite to the Under Armour All-America Game.