Full Name: Rashaun Woods School: Oklahoma St
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 195 40: 4.49 Number: 82
2002: Caught seven passes for 134 yards and two scores against Baylor.
Made seven receptions for 171 yards against Kansas and tied a career-high with
three touchdown catches, including a career-best 69-yarder. Caught eight passes
for 111 yards and a touchdown against Texas Tech. Caught seven passes for 79
yards against Texas A&M. Grabbed a career-high 11 balls for 134 yards and a
touchdown against Nebraska. Named the Houston Bowl's Most Valuable Player, as
well as the Offensive Player of the Game. Final receiving numbers were
2001: Posted more receiving yards (1,023) than any receiver in the Big
12. One of just 22 players in Division I-A to have more than 1,000 receiving
yards. Set an Oklahoma State single-season record for receptions (80) and became
the second player in State history to have 1,000 or more receiving yards in a
single season. Also totaled ten touchdown receptions.
2000: Started eight games, including the final seven. OSU's
second-leading receiver with 29 catches for 329 yards. He averaged 11.3 per
catch and 29.9 yards per game.
The Good: One of the country's most prolific pass catchers and a natural
receiver with great skill. Displays terrific intangibles for the position and
wherewithal on the field. Reads the defense, finds the open spot on the field
and always comes back to the quarterback, making him an available target. Sells
his routes, stays focused and constantly gets separation from opponents. Extends
his hands, adjusts to the errant throw and looks the ball in, displaying
excellent focus. Boxes out defenders with his frame, reaches for the pass and
makes the tough reception with opponents draped on him. Comes up with the big
catch during the game's crucial moments.
The Bad: Lacks the deep speed or ability to outrun opponents down the
field. Not large for a possession wide out.
The Skinny: Woods does not pass the eyeball test nor is he a receiver
that will "wow" people with great athletic workouts. Must take him at
face value for what he is; a great natural receiver with enough football skill
to be a productive wide out at the next level but may never be great or meet his
billing coming out of college.
Scouting Report: Rashaun Woods
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