Each and every time Phenom Hoops gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Walker Woodall
Class: 2023
Committed to: Mars Hill

What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:

“Woodall showed a consistent willingness to accept and embrace whatever role necessary for the betterment of the team. His value as a spot-up threat alone was enough to force opponents to stay attached at his hip at all times. That being said, the summer season allowed for folks to see the entirety of Woodall’s game and everything he can bring to the table. Though capable of excelling in a spot-up role (mentioned above), Woodall is certainly capable of far more than being a standstill shooter. He’s a knockdown threat from anywhere beyond the arc, both off the catch and dribble, and scored the ball at a healthy rate from all levels while leading Wildcats Elite. Woodall is a useful passer who knows how to locate open teammates, move without the ball, and reposition himself to spurn the opposition. Add in his presence as a defender and rebounder, and it’s easy to see his game translating to the next level.”

“After undergoing as much roster turnover as any program in the state, Wildcats Elite still stand strong behind their main guy in Woodall. He’s a big, strong-bodied wing who initially built a reputation for his perimeter shooting but has since expanded his game. Woodall has shown the ability to conduct the offensive action with the ball in his hands, displaying patience as an initiator while constantly finding ways to apply scoring pressure. He’s able to create his own shot and assert himself from all levels, but is still at his best when picking his spots as an off-ball threat. Woodall is a useful defender and rebounder who utilizes his body decently well on both ends of the floor. Expect schools to continue getting involved during his upcoming season at Jordan High School.”

“Woodall played so well this weekend that he walked away with an offer, but more could be looking his way.  The 6’5 prospect was lighting it up from all over the court, displaying tremendous confidence with his outside shooting and his jumper, running the show on the offensive end, and showing his feel in finding his teammates.  He had multiple 20+ point performances, including a 32-point outing in which he hit six 3-pointers.  Woodall really opened up more eyes with his offensive feel and just how dangerous he can be on the court, which is why he should be one that college coaches start watching and taking notice of more.”

“After going for 32 points on Day 1 at the Havoc, Woodall put in another tremendous performance with 24 points.  Woodall is an underrated prospect that produces, finding space to get his shot off, scoring from multiple levels at 6’5, and plays with a great IQ and feel for the game.”