Watch The Amazing Mixtape of Seventh Woods, the Best 14-Year-Old Basketball Player in the World
Freshman Seventh Woods of Hammond High School in Columbia, S.C. was scheduled to participate in the Hoop Group Jam Fest for high school basketball players in Pittsburgh this past weekend. Woods, 14, didn’t play due to a concussion he received when he hit his head on the backboard. Yes, he jumps that high. Woods’ mere presence drew a crowd to Pittsburgh because of his basketball-playing exploits, which you can watch in the video above. Included in the video are a variety of dunks, crossovers, trick shots and steals.
The 6’2″ Woods recently finished his freshman season with averages of 19.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.7 steals per game, while leading his team to the South Carolina Independent Schools Association Class AAA state championship game.
Obviously, Woods hasn’t committed to a college yet — though several players in the past have announced their intent in their freshman and even eighth grade years — but one can only anticipate that he’ll be THE most coveted recruit of the Class of 2016.