Scouting Report: Rashaun Woods

One of the best natural receivers in the nation; Rashaun Woods is Oklahoma State's "go to guy" that opponents cannot stop. Amassing tremendous receiving numbers Woods has been a productive part of the offense three years running. But do his skills necessarily translate well at the next level? Here's our report. *Picture Courtesy of Getty Images*

Full Name: Rashaun Woods    School: Oklahoma St

Ht: 6-1     Wt:195      40: 4.59

Year: 4Jr     Number: 82

Stats/ Bio:  

2001: Named second-team All-Big 12 after catching 80/1023/12.8/10, leading the Big 12 in receiving yards and setting an Oklahoma State single-season record for receptions.  Only the second player in State history to have 1,000 or more receiving yards in a single season, joining Hart Lee Dykes. Had 100 or more yards receiving in five games.

2000: Started eight games and OSU's second-leading receiver with 29/329/11.3

Scouting Report:

The Good:   Clairvoyant receiver with innate pass catching skills.  Solid route runner that gets separation from opponents, extends for the ball and looks the pass into his hands.  Uses his body to shield away defenders, adjusts nicely to the oncoming throw and gets down to scoop up the  low pass.  Displays outstanding focus and concentration, continually comes away with the ball in a crowd or if double teamed, at times making the seemingly impossible reception.   Fluid transitioning to run after the catch and works to pick up positive yardage.  Displayed a solid line of progression the past two seasons.  


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