EL PASO — USC receiver Robert Woods will announce Monday whether he will make himself available for the NFL draft or return for a final season, the junior said Wednesday after the Trojans arrived for the Sun Bowl.Woods, the Trojans’ all-time receptions leader, said he would make his decision public immediately after the game against Georgia Tech.The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Woods is thought to be leaning heavily toward turning pro. He said he received an NFL draft evaluation that ranged upward to the second round.Woods said he wanted to establish a time for the decision so he could enjoy the week and not constantly answer questions about it.“It’s better than having that talk every single day leading up to the game,” he said after practice.Woods, 20, caught a school-record 111 passes last season. He had 73 this season while sophomore Marqise Lee eclipsed the record with 112. Lee won the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s best receiver and finished fourth in Heisman Trophy balloting.Cornerback Nickell Robey said he also received a draft evaluation that indicated he would not be selected in the first three rounds.But that might not deter the junior from turning pro.Robey said he would decide “a couple of… Read full this story
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