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Seventh Woods is a 14-year-old freshman phenom at Hammond School in Columbia, SC, where this past season, he was the leading scorer (19.3 PPG) for a Skyhawks team that went 22–5. This is his highlight reel...

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Reply36 months
terrible crossover DNW
Reply36 months
Since carrying is actually called in today's game...
Reply36 months
how in the hell can he do that
Reply36 months
He is 14? holy shit
Reply36 months
Reminds me of Randy Livingston in HS pre knee injury
Reply36 months
LSU fan with not much room to talk, but do you think USCe has a chance in hell to get this guy? :lol:
Reply36 months
kid is pretty awesome, palming the ball alot though
Reply36 months
that dude needs to work on his crossover. that carrying son, all day.
Reply36 months
lots of carrying
Reply36 months
Reminds me of when john wall was a SENIOR in HS.
Reply36 months
Is his dad George Costanza?
Reply36 months
better check his ID
Reply36 months
Is he playing against freshman, jv, or varsity?
Reply36 months
apparently the filmmakers for the 300 made his highlight reel
Reply36 months
How many times is he gonna carry with that crossover?
Reply36 months
Seventh? lol
Reply36 months
christ, 14yr old with those hops.....
Reply36 months
Kids got skills.
Reply36 months
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