|Weight||175 lbs lbs|
|Birthplace||Columbia, South Carolina|
Bleacher Report "His basketball mixtape has generated more than 11.5 million hits on YouTube. One of his dunks led SportsCenter. And he was invited to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! All before he turned 16. For the past few years, Seventh Woods has been hailed as a basketball prodigy, operating in the same..." July 29
The State "Seventh Dayvonte Woods the sixth child of Louis and Monica Woods was named according to one of his father’s favorite scriptures. “God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it” reads the third verse of the second chapter of Genesis. “I like my name. God finished his work on the seventh day”..." October 23
Bleacher Report "Learn the name Seventh Woods because you will be hearing a lot of it over the next few years. The freshman basketball player from Hammond High School in South Carolina torched his competition to the tune of 19.3 points, 4.3 assists and 2.3 steals per game (via Max Preps). Oh, and he is only 14..." May 06
CBSSports.com "Part of me cringes -- OK, shudders -- to compare a 14-year-old to an 18-year-old like Andrew Wiggins (who's yet to play a college game, no less). But nevertheless, meet Seventh Woods, the latest youngest YouTube-ready basketball to-be star in this country. Yes, his name is Seventh. No, I don't..." May 06
Yahoo! Sports "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..." May 06
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