How Brevard WR Jonathan “JW1” Woods is a big threat to Anybodys’s secondary

Scouting one of most dangerous players In 2023 NFL Draft

it’s time to take a closer look at Hundingtons opponents in the College, Hundington shouldn’t be overlooking one of the top receivers in college football: Jonathan Woods.

What makes Woods such a threat? Let’s dive in.
Woods is on the bigger end of the receiver spectrum, measuring in at 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds. On the Hudington’ roster, there’s only one defensive back that completely negates the height advantage Woods possesses — safety Makari Page. Otherwise, Will Johnson and the Green brothers come closest, all three measuring in at 6-foot-2.
Woods frame isn’t the only advantage he possesses in the tool box, however. With a 4.40 40-yard-dash time and a 42-inch vertical, he has the athleticism to match.
How he can beat Hundington’s secondary
Woods this season has been called “untackleable” — that’s not as much of an exaggeration as you’d expect. While he’s certainly got the speed to find the open field before he catches the ball, much of the wow factor he brings is from his ability to generate yards after catch.

How does he do it? With speed and power.


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