Tigers Hoops Announces Addition Of Dominic Woodson
Go Tigers! Dominic Woodson has joined the Tigers basketball family and is enrolled in the University's first summer school session that started this week.
Go Tigers!
Dominic Woodson has joined the Tigers basketball family and is enrolled in the University's first summer school session that started this week.
Go Tigers!

June 6, 2013

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Dominic Woodson, a 6-foot-9, 290-pound forward from Round Rock, Texas, has signed to attend the University of Memphis for the 2013-14 academic year, head coach Josh Pastner announced Thursday. Woodson is enrolled in the University's first summer school session that began this week.

"We're excited to have Dominic join the Tigers family," said Pastner. "He adds not only size to our frontcourt, but he's also a skilled big man with good hands and good footwork."

Below is a short biographical sketch on Woodson:

Dominic Woodson
6-9 • 290
Round Rock, Texas • Huntington Prep (W.Va.) • Stony Point HS (Texas)

Played his final season of high school hoops at Huntington Prep in West Virginia ... In 2012-13, averaged 5.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.0 blocks for the Huntington Prep Express ... Helped the Express to a 30-3 overall record ... Huntington Prep finished 2012-13 ranked No. 7 in the USA Today Super 25 Boys Basketball Poll ... USA Today also ranked the Express the No. 1 team in the state of West Virginia ... A 2013 McDonald's All-America Game nominee ... Prior to senior campaign in 2012-13, was a consensus top-50 recruit ... Rated among the top-50 players in the nation by 247Sports.com (No. 33), MaxPreps.com (No. 36), Rivals.com (No. 39) and Scout.com (No. 41) ... Ranked the No. 81 player in the country by ESPN.com ... A consensus top-10 player at his position ... Rated among the country's top-10 players at his position by Rivals.com (No. 2), Scout.com (No. 4), 247Sports.com (No. 8) and ESPN.com (No. 10) ... As a sophomore, played at Stony Point High School in his hometown of Round Rock Texas ... Helped lead the Tigers to an 18-15 overall record.

 

 

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