Seventh Woods is 14 years old. His name is awesome, and so are his basketball skills.
If there's a better prep freshman in the nation, Prep Rally would like to see him. At 6-foot-1, 170 pounds, Woods has to be the best pound-for-pound boys basketball player in the Class of 2016. Need convincing? You won't after watching his uber-athletic mixtape (h/t Deadspin).
Woods averaged 19.3 points, 4.3 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 2.7 steals per game this past season, leading Columbia (S.C.) Hammond School to a 22-5 record and the South Carolina Independent Schools Association Class AAA state championship game.
He scored a season-high 47 points on 17-of-21 shooting in an 87-66 victory against Cross (S.C.) High two days after Christmas, and it's pretty easy to see why he shot better than 50 percent from the field for the season. The kid can jump over just about anybody.
Based on the internet views it has already received -- more than 3 million views in just four days -- it's clear that others are taking notice of Woods' ability as well. Some have even called him "the next LeBron", though such a pronouncement is clearly hyperbolic and flat out preposterous for a 14-year-old.
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Based on his highlight video, the kid can do just about anything. Here are five things he can do that fly off the screen right away.
5) Reverse tomahawk dunk like Dominique Wilkins (0:02). Hello, Seventh Woods.
4) Throw down missed free throw put-back dunks like Michael Jordan (0:35). The kid got to the rim before his teammates and opponents even flinched. Even they watched in awe.
3) Drain over-the-backboard shots like Larry Bird (0:57). We highly recommend not attempting to play Seventh Woods in a game of horse. Unless you bet against yourself.
2) Chase down blocks like LeBron James, especially when Woods comes away with the ball (1:16). Of course, it helps when you can get your head over the rim.
1) Pick pockets like Chris Paul (2:00), eliciting the best crowd reaction ever. Good times.
It's no surprise Woods already has an nbadraft.net profile. Maybe he'll be picked seventh.
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