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Faces of the Future: Antwaun Woods

Faces of the Future: Antwaun Woods

Antwaun Woods wanted to be recruited, and swept off his quick feet. USC did that, and so Woods became the Class of 2011's earliest commit.

He'd watch college coaches pass by him at his high school practices. He'd see fellow Taft Eagle D.J. Morgan collect large letters, emblazoned with a school's logo. He'd feel jealousy, anger even, at the lack of attention. Antwaun Woods just wanted to be wanted. Woods (6-1, 330) hoped coaches would stop him one day, hoped he would soon be the bearer of those prized envelopes. He hoped he too...

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