The 6-0 1/2, 185-pound speedster is considered one of the most athletic recruits in Texas and will be moving from running back to wide receiver for Oklahoma State. Computers are a big part of his time away from sports making OSU and their degree programs a natural.
Woods isn't spending all of his time at the computer. He has still found time to spend on the basketball court as one of the top scorers and rebounders for the Bryan (Texas) High School basketball team that is a shoe-in for the playoffs with more than 20 wins and an undefeated mark in district.
Woods should settle in nicely to the Cowboys receiving corps with that kind of athletic talent.
Recruiting: Woods Having Great Hoops Season
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