Varsity Preps

Damaris Woods Stock Is Rising

Competing for Division 2 state titles in Michigan is no easy feat, but Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) Brother Rice seems to every year. The Warriors are coming off another state title year, and will be favorites in 2013. Brother Rice is also home to some of the state’s best talent every year, as well as under the radar players.


Junior wideout Damaris Woods didn’t play much on last year’s championship team, but will be counted upon to make an immediate impact this fall.


“I didn’t play as much last year because the coaches put seniors out there on the field”, Woods said. “I’m extremely excited to show what I can do on the field.”


At 6-3, 195-pounds, Woods has a large frame with room to grow, and could be a steal for whichever program lands him.


” I’ve gotten interest from Bowling Green, Indiana, Ball State, and I just heard from Northwestern for the first time. I’ll be visiting there Saturday.”


Bowling Green has been in contact with me the most”, said Woods. “They told me to make sure that I get down to their camp, and they let me know how the team is doing.”


Woods doesn’t hold an offer as of now, but says he is very confident that one will come over the summer, or his senior season.


“I think I would have had an offer or two if I did play my junior season, and I had some film to put out.”


Despite not having much exposure on the field, Woods will have plenty of time over the summer to showcase his skills at camps. In addition to the Sound Mind Sound Body Camp, he says he’ll also camp at Indiana, Bowling Green, Ball State, Michigan and Michigan State.”



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