USC Trojans WR Robert Woods received a second-round grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board before deciding to forgo his senior season, according to Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News.
Woods leaves the university with the Trojans' all-time leader in receptions with 252. The three-year starter also racked up 4,619 all purpose yards including 2,930 receiving in his time at USC.
Woods has been endlessly praised for his blocking technique and intermediate route running skills over the years so there's definitely some potential for him to move up into the first round. Receiver-needy teams like the Vikings, Bengals, Colts, Seahawks and Texans are expected to be selecting in slots 21-32 so it wouldn't be surprising at all if Woods manages to sneak in.
Woods was overshadowed a bit my Marqise Lee after his 111-reception sophomore campaign, only catching 76 balls for 846 yards in his final year as a Trojan. The 6'1, 190 pass catcher registered 33 total touchdowns in his collegiate career.