Ever since he was 14 years old, Seventh Woods has been tabbed as one of the most electrifying basketball players in the country. Thanks to YouTube channels such as BallIsLife, HoopMixtape and more, his legend grew faster than anyone could have imagined. So much so, that many people thought he was just a one-trick pony that could just jump out of the gym. Well, the four-star basketball recruit has been proving people wrong his entire high school career, and he looks to take his talents to the next level as he announced his commitment to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Following in the footsteps of other legendary leapers like Michel Jordan, James Worthy, Jerry Stackhouse, Vince Carter and Harrison Barnes, Seventh Woods looks to be the next in line. The 6-1 guard out of Columbia (SC) chose the Chapel Hill school over his hometown South Carolina Gamecocks and the Georgetown Hoyas.
“Coach Roy Williams and his coaching staff believed in me from day one and UNC has always been my dream school growing up,” Woods told ESPN.com’s Reggie Rankin. The North Carolina Tar Heels are the preseason #1 ranked team in the country according to the Associated Press, and with this recruiting class they look to keep the stars rolling in.
This now gives the Tar Heels three top 100 commitments from the class of 2016, with five-star center Tony Bradley and four-star guards Brandon Robinson and Woods.
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