Two-sport star still torn

Cincinnati (Ohio) Summit Country Day three-star athlete Antonio Woods heads into his senior year with 11 scholarship offers for football, but the 6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect also has six offers in basketball.
The decision about which sport he will play at the next level is being considered before he determines where to continue his athletics career.
"At this point, I am right down the middle still," Woods said. "It's a possibility to do both."

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In football, Woods has been offered by Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Northwestern, West Virginia and others. In basketball he holds offers from Eastern Kentucky, Manhattan, Toledo, Kent State, Penn and St. Bonaventure.
Woods has put football recruiting to the side this spring while he played AAU basketball. He expects to take trips to colleges before the summer comes to an end, and Indiana is tops on his list of expected destinations.
"Hopefully I will visit IU sometime in July. They talk to me every day," Woods said. "I guess one of the questions I have is what is their graduation rate. Academics is a high priority and comes first. Another one would probably be how many athletes they are recruiting for my class."
Woods has been able to get additional insight on Indiana from his high school teammate, defensive tackle Michael Barwick who committed to the Hoosiers last month.
"He wants me to come over there," Woods said. "It is a great fit for him and he loves the school, loves their academic and academic prestige. He said it will be a great atmosphere to play in front of, and he couldn't see himself at any other school."
A final decision on which school he will attend will not be rushed. Woods said he will take it all the way to National Signing Day if necessary.