Arizona's 2017 class of prospects is shaping up nicely to be a strong class in the state, as many young prospects in the class have already emerged among the top prospects at their respective positions in the state. One of the elite point guard prospects in the class has now emerged as one of the top overall guard prospects in the state. Apollo High School's 5-foot-11, 165-pound rising junior guard Holland Woods Jr. is the real deal and is one young guard prospect to be wreckoned with in the state.
Woods is coming off a very good spring showing for himself on the club circuit, and also leading the Arizona Club Basketball League (ACBL) in assists. Here is a new highlight video of Woods - showing why many college programs are now looking to get involved with this talented guard prospect.