Clayton Woods is a 6'3 284-pound Center out of Highland Park HS who has the talent and pedigree to play at the next level. Woods doesn't necessarily plan to just play football to get him through school, but actually says he thinks he could have the potential to eventually be a long snapper in the NFL.
"My older brother was the starting deep snapper for Oklahoma all four years. Although I am definitely a good enough blocker to be a starting center at the next level, I work really hard on my snapping because there is always a need for a long snapper at the pro level," said Woods.
Woods currently holds six offers from Southern Mississippi, North Texas, UTSA, New Mexico, Connecticut, and Texas State, while also seeing interest from North Western and Duke. Woods will attend the Dallas Circuit of Texas State camps along with his teammate and good friend, QB Brooks Burgin, who is also a Texas State target. He plans to make a visit to San Marcos at some point this summer.
"I want to go to a good football program, where i feel at home and comfortable, and that has a good campus life," said Woods about the qualities he will be looking for.
The Bobcats will look to show off the campus, the river and all the other extra curriculars around San Marcos. This 1st Team All Area Center could be a great addition for the Bobcats and also it's also a good sign that currently Texas State is the only offer that Burgin and Woods share. That could be another selling point in the back of both their minds.