LOS ANGELES -- Matt Barkley and T.J. McDonald returned to USC for their senior seasons because they determined they had "Unfinished Business." Matt Kalil decided his business as a Trojan was finished and became the No. 4 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
When the time rolls around for Robert Woods to make his decision, there may not be any business left to finish, depending on how USC ends the 2012 season.
Woods set the bar pretty high for himself last season. By those standards, he's having a "down" year, yet he still put himself in a position to become USC's all-time leader in receptions when he passed Dwayne Jarrett last Saturday.
It took Woods 32 games to accomplish the feat, about two and a half seasons.
Entering the season, it was thought to be a no-brainer that Woods wouldn't return for his senior season.
If he decides to forego his senior year and enters the draft, it is believed Woods is a no-doubt first rounder. He's largely considered a top-flight route runner.