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Former Wake Forest sharpshooter Keyshawn Woods to meet with Louisville

Add another chapter to one of the more interesting, and newer, rivalries in college athletics. According to a report from Jody Demling of Cardinal Authority: Wake Forest grad transfer Keyshawn Woods will meet with Chris Mack and Dino Gaudio on Monday.


The numbers on Keyshawn Woods

After transferring in from Charlotte, Woods played 61 games (27 starts) over two seasons for Wake Forest; he averaged 12.2 points and shot 40.8 percent on three-pointers.

As a redshirt sophomore in 2016-17, Woods was one of only seven ACC players to score better than 12 points per game on fewer than 10 field goal attempts — while also shooting better than 40 percent on three-pointers.

Woods, one of the ACC’s best shooters, connected on 86 three-pointers during his time with Wake Forest; over 75 percent of those (66) were assisted on.

In 2017-18, Woods shot 41.7 percent and scored 1.16 points per possession (61.7 eFG%) on spot-up possessions, per Synergy Sports. In each of the last two season, Woods has scored on 100 points on spot-up possessions.

According to Synergy, Wood shot 48.8 percent out of the pick-and-roll (61-of-125 FGA) in his two seasons with Wake Forest.


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