#8 Michael Woods

WR | So | 6-1 | 190 | Magnolia, Texas | Magnolia HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star recruit by ESPN and 247Sports … No. 464 ranked overall player in the class by 247Sports … No. 58 ranked prospect in Texas by 247Sports … No. 74 ranked wide receiver by 247Sports … For his career, recorded 155 receptions for 2,988 yards and 41 touchdowns to go with three touchdowns on the ground in 31 games played … Averaged 19.3 yards per catch and 96.4 yards per game … Longest catch was 75 yards twice … Posted 1,000-yard receiving seasons in his junior and senior seasons … Also returned punts and kicks … Totaled 527 kickoff return yards and 193 punt return yards … Racked up 3,832 all-purpose yards for a 123.6 per-game average … Logged 10 100-plus yard receiving games, including three with 200-plus yards, in three seasons … As a senior in 2017, helped Magnolia to a 6-3 record with a 5-2 mark in conference play … Caught 51 passes for 1,018 yards and 15 touchdowns … Averaged 20.0 yards per reception and 101.8 per game … Topped the century mark through the air four times … Caught a touchdown pass in eight of 10 games … Posted four multi-touchdown catch games … Had a season-high 269 yards and four receiving touchdowns on nine catches to go with a rushing score in the season opener against A&M Consolidated … Longest catch of the season was 74 yards against Waller … As a junior in 2016, named to the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State third team … First-team All-Montgomery County selection … Posted career highs in catches (75) and receiving yards (1,456) and touchdown catches (21) … Tallied five 100-plus yard receiving games, including two with 200-plus yards … Averaged 121.3 receiving yards per contest … Recorded seven multi-touchdown catch games … Had a 50-plus yard catch in seven games … Set single-game career highs in receptions (18) and receiving yards (291) and caught four touchdown passes in a 75-54 win vs. Tomball … Had 29 receptions for 514 yards and five scores as a sophomore in 2015. Chose Arkansas over Vanderbilt, Washington State, Colorado State, Houston, Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Minnesota, Northwestern, Rice, SMU, Texas State, Texas Tech, Tulsa, UTSA and Virginia.