High schooler’s dunk puts him on map, opponent on poster

Get ready to hear the name Seventh Woods – a lot.

The high school sophomore from Columbia, S.C., is considered one of the best players in the Class of 2016 and is about to become a household name after arguably the best dunk of the basketball season so far – at any level – on Friday night.

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On a fast break, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound guard absolutely posterized a poor soul trying to draw a charge and skied so high he nearly hit his head on the rim. The dunk was so epic it has over 280,000 view on YouTube as of 10:30 a.m. ET Saturday and was named SportsCenter’s top play over LeBron James’ posterization of Ben McLemore.


The scariest part? Woods is only 15 and can’t even drive a car yet.Yet the play won’t come as a surprise to those who have already seen Woods’ YouTube video from Hoopmixtape which has nearly 10 million views since being posted online eight months ago.

Does Woods remind you of anyone? We found someone with similar size and athletic ability.  

Note to Woods’ future high school opponents: When he goes up for a dunk, duck.

Have a video you’d like to submit to us? We’d love to see it. Send it in to buzzertips@fox.com and we might give it a little love!

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