Starting at wide receiver and defensive back, Woods was a two-way player for the Cavaliers. The footage above comes from Woods' junior year. That season, Woods recorded 81 receptions for 1,378 yards and 19 touchdowns. In addition to his receptions, Woods also have 15 carries for 124 yards. Defensively, Woods recorded 87 total tackles, seven interceptions, and had one fumble recovery.
Woods' senior season saw the Cavaliers win the CIF Division III State Championship with a perfect 15-0 record.
At the end of Woods' high school career, he was named a USA TODAY All-American and competed in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Scout.com had Woods ranked as their No. 11 overall prospect and No. 1 wide receiver prospect.
Woods is clearly Buffalo's No. 2 wide receiver entering 2016, the final year of his rookie deal, and he'll be expected to be a significant contributor as a receiver and blocker this season.
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