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The Seventh Coming: Is high school junior Seventh Woods the next Russell Westbrook?
Seventh Woods’s unusual name is derived, his parents say, from the Book of Genesis. “And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because...

Video: Seventh Woods shines in Buckeye Elite Showcase
2016 combo guard Seventh Woods, arguably the highest flyer in the country, showed his all around game in the 2014 Buckeye Elite Showcase...

Roy Williams watches Jayson Tatum
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams watched the 247Sports Composite No. 1 prospect Jayson Tatum Thursday night. Tatum is one of many elite prospects that...

Blessing and curse of Seventh Woods' early rise to fame
Two years ago when Hammond (Columbia, S.C.) point guard Seventh Woods’ highlight video proclaiming him to be the country’s top 14-year-old hooper hit the Internet,...

Chick-fil-A Day Three Notebook: Woods, Felton, Ingram, Smith
I’ve watched Brandon Ingram for years, and Monday night may have been the best I’ve ever seen him play. Matched head to head against P.J...

Chick-Fil-A Day Two Notebook: Smith, Woods, Ingram
Dennis Smith, PG, Trinity Christian — Smith did not enjoy his finest outing in a loss to Morgan County (Ga.), but I can't say I...

Seventh Woods ready to take next step?
What we’ll be watching this season is whether Seventh Woods has settled into his ultimate position. While he’s a defensive point guard — and a...

Seventh Woods shines playing through tragedy
Hammond junior Seventh Woods got off to a slow start in his team’s 94-68 victory over Spring Valley on Saturday night. He missed his first...

Video: Seventh Woods Highlights
Seventh Woods is one of the top athletes in the country. Here are highlights of Woods at the NBPA Top 100 Camp...

Dennis Smith Jr. talks UNC, Duke visits
Dennis Smith, Jr.: "My first visit was the North Carolina for the Late Night with Roy thing and I had a great time. There were...

Recruit photos from Late Night with Roy
UNC targets Harry Giles, Seventh Woods, Brandon Ingram, Perry Dozier Jr., Luke Maye, Sacha Killeya-Jones, and Kwe Parker were all in attendance at UNC for...

Seventh Woods to attend Late Night With Roy
As "Late Night with Roy" opens the 2014-15 Tar Heel basketball season on Friday, an elite collection of recruits will be courtside at the Smith...

Seventh Woods' Life in Public Eye: From Mixtape Phenom to Scrutinized Recruit
His basketball mixtape has generated more than 11.5 million hits on YouTube. One of his dunks led SportsCenter. And he was invited to appear on...

Seventh Woods: Don’t Miss the Forest For the Trees
Whether he’s the next anyone or just the first Seventh Woods, the YouTube-generated fame he achieved led TV shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and...

Jayson Tatum to Talk Package Deal with Woods, Smith Jr. and Giles
Jayson Tatum put on a show at Peach Jam, leading the St. Louis Eagles 16U squad to a 2-0 start, after being a late addition...

UNC all in for a Woods, Smith 2016 backcourt?
There is no reason why North Carolina would not go all in on recruiting both five-stars Dennis Smith and Seventh Woods to play together in...

Seventh Woods sidelined by wrist injury
After playing through the spring with a broken wrist, national five-star point guard Seventh Woods will sit out much of the summer AAU season to...

Video: Seventh Woods NBPA Top 100 Camp Highlights
New highlights from 2016 5-star combo guard Seventh Woods at last week's NBPA Top 100 Camp. Woods holds a scholarship offer from UNC, and the...

Seventh Woods: Rising Star
It took exactly one session for rising junior Seventh Woods to make an indelible impact on the elite NBPA Top 100 camp, which gathers all...

NBPA Top 100 Camp Day 1 Stat Leaders
Five-star forward Ben Simmons was the talk of the NBPA Top 100 Camp on Day 1 as he led all scorers through two games played...

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