Production is the name of Joshua Woodard's game. The sturdily built 6'6' 2017 graduate of West Brunswick High School does a little bit of everything on the floor. With a frame that is ready for college basketball now, his skill set allows him to put up numbers across the board.

Woodard is tucked away in Supply, a town of around 10,000 people in southeastern North Carolina between Wilmington and Myrtle Beach. The list of college basketball coaches making it through the town isn't very long, despite West Brunswick consistently being a winning 3A program.

So here we are, with a very strong and productive 6'6' unsigned senior who has won 75% of his varsity games and averaged 20 wins per year in his three years on varsity. He leads his team is points, rebounds and blocked shots and is among the leaders in assists and steals. Yet, for whatever reason he doesn't have any offers.

Like with most of the talented players who have come through our region, Woodard has come to multiple Phenom Camps and events. After his showing in the Fall of 2016 event we wrote, 'Perhaps there was not another player who was more productive, across the board, than Woodard was. At 6'6' he had good size and he has a thick frame. Woodward was able to rebound the ball, push the break, and finish at the rim. He has great vision and good composure. It will be interesting to see what happens with Woodard's recruiting moving forward, he does so much.'

Time after time, we watch Woodard he does so much on the floor. After watching him during a high school game this season we wrote, 'Woodard is a skilled, strong framed forward. He fills the box score stat line across the board. During this game, he scored on all 3 levels and displayed good vision as he set up his team mates from the high post and reset the offense in the half court. Falling under the radar, Woodard has some great pieces that schools need to look at.'

Currently Woodard is talking to Fayetteville State, Mount Olive, Catawba, Francis Marion and Clayton State. However, astonishingly none of them have offered. He will be heading to Fayetteville State, Mount Olive and Francis Marion in the coming weeks for unofficial visits and work outs. Watch for the offers to come, he is too good to let slip through the cracks.