Woods Makes His Decision

Louisville (Ky.) Eastern's Kameron Woods was somewhat of an unknown commodity prior to this summer. However, after a solid AAU season Woods was able to rack up over a dozen scholarship offers from schools across the country. On Monday Woods decided to pull the trigger on his college decision. Where is the 6-foot-7 prospect headed? ScoutKentuckyPreps.com has the latest.

Kameron Woods will be a Butler Bulldog.

"I committed to Butler," Woods told ScoutKentuckyPreps.com.

After a stellar performance on the summer AAU circuit, Kameron Woods received calls from a number of colleges in an attempt to secure his services. One of those calls came from Butler head man Brad Stevens several weeks ago. When ScoutKentuckyPreps.com caught up with Woods earlier this month, he had this to say about his chat with the Bulldogs' coach:

"Coach Brad Stevens, the head coach there, called and told me he was offering me a scholarship," Woods said. "He told me he likes versatile players and he likes me because he thinks I'm versatile."

Woods, who plays center on one of the best high school teams in the state of Kentucky, will play both forward spots for the Bulldogs. The versatile 6-foot-7 senior recently told ScoutKentuckyPreps.com that he is working hard to get stronger this offseason while also trying to hone his skills to get ready for the next level.

The addition of Kameron Woods, who chose Butler over offers from Boston College, WKU, Tulane, and IUPUI among others, gives head coach Brad Stevens a three-man class thus far for 2011. Woods joins 6-foot-3 wing Roosevelt Jones and 6-foot-7 forward Andrew Smeathers as verbal commitments for the Bulldogs.

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