Bolingbrook (Ill.) head coach John Ivlow called rising senior wide receiver Quincy Woods the "best overall athlete he has ever coached."
From an 8A power school like Bolingbrook, that is a pretty big statement.
Woods in fact has moved positions since his junior season, playing quarterback for the Raiders and now at wide receiver, a transition that has been pretty easy for him.
"It has been easy to transition right now, I have good coaches so they help me out a lot," Woods said. "I catch on to things really fast so it is coming easy, just get the basics down and the other stuff will come."
On the field, the 5-foot-10, 170 pound prospect has several strengths that he hopes stand out this senior season.
"My biggest strength is my football IQ," Woods said. "When I have to get a certain amount of yards I just know how the certain defender will play me. Add to that my speed and my route running."
Plus, there are several things that Woods is hoping to continue improving on as well.
"I have been working on route running, and getting faster and stronger. The basics. The same thing that everyone else is working on really, getting faster and stronger."
Plus, Woods has started getting some recruiting attention.
"I went down to Illinois State camp and they liked me, I did well at the camp," Woods said. "Then I am going down to Northern Illinois camp at the end of July. Those are the two schools I have really been talking to."