Class of 2003 - Donnie Woods

Donnie Woods is an All-American offensive lineman out of Tampa (FL) Jefferson Senior. He recorded 35 pancake blocks and allowed only one sack as a junior. Mark Ellington recently had the opportunity to interview Woods concerning his recruitment and his interest in North Carolina.

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Donnie Woods is an All-American offensive lineman out of Tampa (FL) Jefferson Senior. He recorded 35 pancake blocks and allowed only one sack as a junior. Mark Ellington recently had the opportunity to interview Woods concerning his recruitment and his interest in North Carolina.

VITALS:
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
295
Forty:
 5.0
Bench:
325
# of Reps @ 225 lbs:
17
Squat:
380

Offers: 21 total

Favorites: Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana State, and Tennessee.

Camps: UNC day camp and LSU camp

Inside Carolina: Nice talking with you Donnie. How did your visit to camp at UNC go and what did you think of the campus, the facilities, and the staff?
Donnie Woods: Everything was great. The facilities were great. I really liked the OL coach.

IC: Anything about UNC that you did not like?
Woods: No, I liked everything.

IC: Who is your primary recruiter from UNC?
Woods: Coach Hunter.

IC: How did you happen to become interested in UNC?
Woods: I really hadn't thought about North Carolina until May when I talked to Coach Hunter. I had a really good conversation with him. He knows his stuff about coaching the offensive line. I was even more sure after I went to camp. I learned a lot while I was up there. He has had so much success at other places so you know the guy knows what he is doing.

IC: How about the rest of the staff?
Woods: They all seemed like really good guys.

IC: Do you plan on visiting UNC again?
Woods: I plan on coming up for the Texas game.

IC: What are you going to be looking for when you come up for the Texas game?
Woods: I want to see the atmosphere in Chapel Hill. My family will come up and we want to have the whole game experience including the tailgating. I am one of ten children and my family is looking forward to watching me play in college.


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