LOS ANGELES -- Robert Woods stands as USC's all-time career leader in receptions. A feat he accomplished in just 32 games.
However, if it wasn't for a current Trojan, he may not be wearing the USC Cardinal and Gold today.
Woods credits fellow wide receiver De'Von Flournoy as one of the reasons he ended up signing with the Trojans.
The two faced each other in a passing league tournament during Woods' junior year at Serra High School when Flournoy was a senior and a top wide receiver prospect coming out of Birmingham High School.
As Woods reflects, it wasn't a very good game for him.
"I was at safety and he torched me," Woods recalls. "He was like 'Yeah, I'm going to SC.' So it was like 'OK, I'm going to go to SC too. I want to see what you about.'"
As the story continues today, both players eventually landed at USC but their careers have gone in different directions.
Woods has accumulated 220 career recepti...