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Woods camping this summer
Jordan Woods plans to camp at several schools this summer. The four-star defensive end camped at Florida State last week and really enjoyed working with the Seminoles' coaches. "It was good, I worked with (defensive ends) coach Sal (Sunseri) and I got to meet (head) coach Jimbo (Fisher) and everything, I talked to him. I learned some new techniques that I can use in high school," Woods said. "They said they like my flexibility, coming off the line and being able to bend and rip and everything." The Ocala (Fla.) Trinity Catholic standout said it's taken some time, but the FSU program is really growing on him. "Honestly, it's a great school, I like it. I had to learn to like it and I have done that," Woods said. "I didn't know anything about it at first. Growing up, I was a Florida fan, so I just had to come out and take in all my options. With Florida State, I actually had to learn about the school, and I learned, so that's how I started liking Florida State." Woods has been able to visit his childhood favorite, Florida, several times already. He plans to return to Gainesville for camp this summer. "Coach Brad Lawing, me and him are supposed to be working together, see what we can do," he said. "Coach Lawing, he's a straight up coach, there's not going to be any sugar-coating, he tells you like it is. When he recruits you, he's going to give you the sweet talk, he's sweet and sour sauce. He's sweet at one time but sour the next second. He'll tell you what's really going to happen." The 6-foot-4, 230-pound junior plans to be at Miami on June 21st and Georgia on July 18th. He's also hoping to visit South Carolina and Alabama – two programs he's yet to visit. The Tide haven't offered yet, so he hopes for that to happen as well. Still, he's taking it one day at a time with his recruitment and says he doesn't have any favorites. "I'm not trying to look at recruiting, I'm just trying to get through high school. If you worry about too many things in high school, you won't pass it," he said. Woods is also keeping pretty busy this summer outside of football. "I'm learning how to be a minister," he said. Woods plans to become a minister, then a reverend, and maybe even a pastor in the Baptist church. "If God calls me, then I'll be a pastor," he said. Stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on Jordan Woods and his summer plans.
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