Woods goes to Buffalo at No. 41

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USC receiver Robert Woods is selected in the second round with the 41st pick by the Buffalo Bills.

Receiver Robert Woods announced he would make himself available for the NFL draft following the final game of his junior season at USC.

On Friday April 26, the second day of the 2013 NFL draft, Woods was selected as a second round pick -- No. 41 overall -- by the Buffalo Bills.

Woods made 176 catches for 2,084 yards in his Trojan career, including 21 touchdowns. Woods left USC as the Trojans' all-time receptions leader.

Per @BuffaloBills Twitter account, a Bills scout said this about Woods, "He's as polished a receiver as I've seen in a while."

He was the first Trojan selected in the 2013 draft.

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