Robert Woods
Wide ReceiverWR
USC Trojans
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Robert Woods in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
WRUSC
January 14, 2013
Woods, a receiver from USC, will enter the 2013 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Times reports.
ANALYSIS
Woods was at one point hyped as a potential top-10 pick, but a year of injuries and the emergence of the superior Marqise Lee have him looking at the late first round and early second round grades for the time being. We assess him somewhere between those two points -- Woods is a very good prospect who could compete for a selection in the first 20 picks. Although he failed to average 11.5 yards per catch over his last two years at USC, Woods possesses a lot of explosiveness and smoothness as a runner, emerging as such an effective possession target for USC specifically because his explosiveness and speed demand vertical cushions, making him an easy short-pass target. We suspect he'll be a significantly more active downfield factor in the NFL. It's not out of the question for him to be the first receiver selected, but we think he'll more likely be the second, third or fourth wideout pick, probably in the first round, but perhaps in the early second.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2011
2012
Woods is the most unproven wideout on the list so far, but he’s also one of the most talented. A consensus five-star recruit in 2010, he finished his true freshman season with 64 catches for 786 yards and seven touchdowns (one on a kick return) in 13 games. That included a two-game span against Stanford and California in which he posted 19 catches for 340 yards and five touchdowns. With 2010 seniors Ronald Johnson, Stanley Havili, David Ausberry and Jordan Cameron combining for 132 catches, 1,466 yards and 15 touchdowns last year, Woods will have a chance to post much better numbers in 2011.
Woods was USC's workhorse in 2011, totaling 118 touches from scrimmage in addition to 30 special teams touches. Woods' most notable number was his 111 catches, the result of which was 1,292 yards and 15 touchdowns. Woods might not be a great big-play threat, but his huge workload makes him a near certainty for fantasy stardom. Keep an eye on an ankle injury that required offseason surgery, though, and make sure it isn't lingering by the time the fall arrivals.
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WRUSC
November 24, 2012
Woods took seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Southern California fell to Notre Dame 22-13 at home in Los Angeles.
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WRUSC
November 4, 2012
Woods grabbed six receptions for 71 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Southern California fell to Oregon 62-51 at home in Los Angeles.
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WRUSC
October 28, 2012
Woods took nine receptions for 93 yards Saturday as USC fell to Arizona 39-36 on the road in Tucson.
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WRUSC
October 21, 2012
Woods took eight catches for 132 yards and four touchdowns Saturday as Southern California routed Colorado 50-6 at home in Los Angeles.
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October 14, 2012
Woods led all Trojan receivers with five catches for 88 yards Saturday as Southern California defeated Washington 24-14 on the road in Seattle.
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