One of the fastest rising athletes in the state of Oregon is Trey Woods of North Bend. He will be a leading candidate for 4A Player of the year honors next season.
It can be tough to get recruited out of a relatively small coastal town, but Trey has done a good job of getting himself out on the circuit. Woods was injured during the regular season in 2015, but came back in a big way, scoring 8 TD’s in 4 games to close the year.
The Bulldogs have been one of the top 4A teams in the state the last half decade. Head Coach Gary Prince has done a phenomenal job, helping the school to a (50-10) overall record since 2011.
Trey possesses legit size and overall athleticism. He is a dual threat back that can catch the ball as well as any RB in Oregon. His versatility at 6-4 makes him very appealing from a recruiting standpoint. Referencing his goals Woods says, “Personally I just want to do everything I can to help my team”. Adding, “I plan on eating right and working out all off season, coming in at 205 to start the year.”
Last years run to the state championship was do in large part to Drew Matthews, one of the top athletes ever to come out of the conference. Woods has that type of potential. With continued progression Trey could put himself in a position to play a high level of collegiate football.
6-3 all everything athlete Oshay Dunmore of Newport is a kid that could draw comparisons. Dunmore went on to become one of the Ducks top recruits a few years back. Expect a big year from Woods on the 7v7 circuit and heading into 2016. He will be one of the top players in the state regardless of classification.