Antonio Woods

26 Aug

Name: Antonio Woods

Height: 5’11
Weight: 165

Position: Point Guard

School: Summit Country Day
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH

AAU: Martin Wolverines
Class: 2014

Evaluation: True point guard is a great set up man that flat out makes his teammates better by being on the court. Skilled passer with good court vision who simply does not turn the ball over. Excellent ballhandler with top end speed in the open court where he makes the correct decision to either score it or pass it off. Solid shooter with a nice release point that is consistent from mid-range and with time all the way out to the three point line. Very good defender that can move his quick feet and use his high IQ to take away opponent’s strengths.

Bottom Line: One of the top pure PG prospects in the Midwest Antonio is a winner. Should project as a mid-major recruit with potential to play at an even higher level if he adds some more size.

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  1. 2014 Prospect Database « Triple Double Prospects - August 26, 2011

    […] Woods, Antonio          PG          Summit Country Day          Cincinnati, OH […]

  2. 2014 Ohio Player Rankings « - September 12, 2011

    […] 1. Tyonte Robertson- Withrow 2. Antonio Woods- Summit 3. Aaron Oden- Taft 4. Ronnie Rousseau- Winton Woods 5. Tyler Williams- Lakota West 6. Frank […]

  3. Cincinnati 2014 Player Rankings « - October 4, 2011

    […] Guard 1. Tyonte Robertson- Withrow 2. Antonio Woods- Summit 3. Aaron Oden- Taft 4. Ronnie Rousseau- Winton Woods 5. Tyler Williams- Lakota West 6. Frank […]

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