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Name:Seventh Woods
Hometown:Columbia, SC
High School:Hammond School
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:August 7, 1998 (20)
Height/Weight:6-2, 185
Position:Point Guard
Notes:Basketball
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Podcast: North Carolina's Basketball Roster Reconstruction
Greg Barnes and Sherrell McMillan of Inside Carolina join host Tommy Ashley to break down the restructuring of North Carolina's basketball roster over the past...

Tar Heels’ backcourt undergoes massive restructuring after busy week
On Tuesday, the Tar Heels signed Cole Anthony, regarded as the top prep combo guard in the nation. Shortly after, UNC landed another top-100 combo...

Chansky’s Notebook: Seventh The 7th Man
Seventh Woods became a victim of circumstance. In three seasons at UNC, Woods played two years behind All-ACC Joel Berry and one year behind future...

The Best Seventh Woods Highlights
Seventh Woods arrived at North Carolina with the reputation as an athletic, high-flying guard whose dunk-infused YouTube clips went viral during his high school career...

Seventh Woods to Transfer from UNC
Seventh Woods is leaving UNC. The junior guard made the announcement on Instagram on Thursday: "My three years here at UNC has been nothing short...

Leaky Black and Brandon Robinson Just Became UNC's X-Factors
In Cole Anthony, Seventh Woods, Jeremiah Francis, and Anthony Harris, the Tar Heels have an arsenal of guards. In Garrison Brooks, Armando Bacot, Sterling Manley,...

Chansky’s Notebook: North Carolina’s Core The Key
Roy Williams is still doing it the old-fashioned organic Dean Smith way of building from within. Garrison Brooks, Seventh Woods, Brandon Robinson, and Leaky Black...

UNC Basketball: Three Things to Watch in the NCAA Tournament
To get to the Final Four and potentially cut down the nets in Minneapolis, there are a few key things that need to go just...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Duke (ACC Semifinal)
North Carolina may have lost this game, but if these Tar Heels aren’t worthy of a one seed in the NCAA Tournament, I don’t know...

Tar Heels rewarded for latest surge
UNC has taken another jump in the national polls and it’s a good time for that. “It’s March now and so much more is up...


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