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Who Does Seventh Woods Play AAU For?

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Who Does Seventh Woods Play AAU For?

Does anyone know if he happens to be on 16U or 17U EYBL circuit??


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Probably Team Felton

Probably Team Felton

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I would expect him to be on

I would expect him to be on the 16U team.

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Was on Karolina Diamonds

Now it appears he is part of a team called the "Fayetteville Seminoles" with fellow freshman phenoms Kwe Parker and [Player: Dennis Smith Jr.]. They have not updated their website in a long time, so no news on that front, just got it from a report from the Fayetteville Observer that you can find in his profile: Seventh Woods.

Also was reported that he was supposed to play this weekend at the Pitt Jam Fest, but sat out due to a concussion. The cause: Hitting his head on the backboard. Yeah, kid has some serious hops. Definitely check out the other two as well, that back court will be VERY explosive. Does not play on the EYBL circuit, to my knowledge, as of yet.

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What kind of a name is

What kind of a name is Seventh? lol.. It sounds like a street name/city..

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"Completion of the earth God

"Completion of the earth God finishes his work on the seventh day" - Seventh Woods

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He plays for the Karolina

He plays for the Karolina Diamonds with Kwe Parker, Dennis Smith Jr, Edrice Adebayo, Raekwon Long etc.

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What's the age group? And

What's the age group? And what circuit is it? You can tell me what brand sponsors their jerseys. I'm trying to see this kid play when I go downn to Carolina later in the summer

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Says in this recent recap

The "Carolina Wolves" U16 team:

Seventh Woods, 6’-1” – 2016, PG, Carolina Wolves (16U), Hammond (SC)

Already a You Tube sensation, Woods’ tournament was cut off early due to an ankle injury Saturday morning. Woods struggled early on with his shot against the New Jersey Road Runners, but didn’t have a problem showing off his freaky athleticism. Woods rocked the rim for a fast break dunk in the second half and also had two impressive blocks as he went flying down the lane. Woods possessed a tight handle on the break, but will need to slow down to lessen the unforced errors.

http://hoopniks.com/2013-hoop-group-pitt-jam-fest-recap/

Says that Smith and Parker were on the Karolina Diamonds, still. Yet, as I mentioned, the Fayetteville Observer made it sound like the trio will be playing for a squad called the "Fayetteville Seminoles". So, seems like Seventh is not playing U17 yet and is not playing on the EYBL circuit. That is not to say he will not move up, even this season, but he seems to be playing on a team with people from South Carolina as opposed to with Smith, Parker and Raekwon Long who are from North Carolina. All of this can be confusing at times and I do not think it is completely uncommon to have younger kids playing on a few different teams.

Hopefully this gives you more of an idea of where Seventh is playing and what to check out in that regard. In the meantime, here is the newest Hoopmixtape on Seventh with some more incredibly athletic highlights:

Here is another mixtape of his slightly different, and longer, than the one that already has 5.7 million views. This one focuses on defense, with some monster blocks and nice steals, many taken the other way for some sweet throw downs which were part of the mega viral Seventh Woods mixtape:

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