Posted On: 01/18/19 12:00 PM

Boise graduated a lot of seniors last season, several new guys, including 6-foot-3 wing Max Woodall, have emerged as go-to guys this season.

With his size and ability on both sides of the ball, Woodall could be a guy that sees some interest in him start to spike this year. Especially because of his prowess on the defensive side if the ball.

“I think I’m most useful of defense, usually I guard the other team’s best player and just try and bring high energy and make a play of the defensive end, take a charge or something like that,” said Woodall.

“I try and be a threat on offense and get open, we have a lot of really good passers on our team, I know if I get open they’ll find me.”

Midway through his junior season at Boise, Woodall is averaging 10 points, two assists and three rebounds per game for a team that has had to acclimated to their new roles compared to a season ago.

“We’ve had some growing pains, we’re a pretty new team, we graduated eight seniors last year. But

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