Woods Joins Schrage’s 2019 Elon Men’s Basketball Recruiting Class

Posted by Press Release on May 17, 2019 at 11:02 am under College | Be the First to Comment

ELON, N.C. – Elon University head men’s basketball coach Mike Schrage announced the addition of Hunter Woods to the incoming 2019 recruiting class on Friday, May 17.

Woods will enter the Elon program for the 2019-20 season. He is the third addition to Schrage’s first recruiting class at Elon as the Pasadena, Calif. native joins Hunter McIntosh and Zac Ervin. Woods joins the Phoenix squad from John Muir High School, where he was coached by head coach Simaine Stewart.

“Hunter is someone I have been aware of as a player for several years,” said Schrage. “He came highly recommended as a student-athlete this spring by several coaches and friends on the West Coast and we immediately began our pursuit. His versatility to play and defend multiple positions really fits what we want for our program going forward. He has a love for the game and a high basketball IQ, which is important to us too. We can’t wait to get him back to campus here in just a few weeks to officially begin his journey at Elon. Please welcome Hunter, his mom Kimberly and his dad Tracy to our family.”

Hunter Woods – 6-6 – 193 – Guard/Forward – Pasadena, Calif. – John Muir High School
• Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports.com
• Named a First Team All-State selection as a senior (2018-19)
• Was a two-time All CIF – Division 2 selection (First Team – 2018-19, Second Team – 2017-18)
• A three-time First Team Pacific League selection (2016-19)
• Earned Pasadena Star News All-Area Team honors twice (2017-19)
• A two-time Pasadena Now Newspaper All-Area Team selection (2017-19)
• Was named Co-Captain of the John Muir High School varsity team as a senior (2018-19)
• Member of the John Muir High School Honor Roll all four years
• Played AAU ball for Team Why Not under head coach Reggie Morris
• Selected to play on the Nike EYBL Circuit with the Las Vegas Prospects as a junior
• Was involved in numerous community service and volunteer activities as a junior and senior
• Assisted the Knox Family Daycare with child activities for children
• Became a member of the Loveland Life Christian Center in Altadena, Calif.


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