Along with North Carolina, Florida State, Notre Dame, Miami, Texas, Virginia and Clemson are actively seeking Woods.
"He's a very smooth safety," says Insiders.com recruiting analyst Miller Safrit. "He knows how to get back into coverage but also comes up to make a hit. He's also a gamebreaker as a wide receiver with great hands and makes space."
Woods, who boasts a 3.5 G.P.A., caught 35 passes for 857 yards last year – over 25 yards per reception. He had "in the neighborhood of 10 touchdown receptions in each his sophomore and junior seasons.
"I'm first looking at a school for the education, then sports-wise, and then a family environment," Woods said. "I like the atmosphere and the coaches at UNC. They make you feel good. The wide receivers coach [Gunter Brewer] is real nice."
Woods runs the 40-yard dash in a legitimate 4.57 seconds.
"When we need a big play, he makes the big play," Walters said.
"I've got a lot of confidence," Woods said.