I'm guessing Woods goes early 2nd when it's all said and done. He reminds me a tiny bit of Damian Williams, also from USC back a few years ago. I was a huge fan of Damian Williams- still am. He ran great routes and caught everything you threw at him.
Anyway, Damian Williams got some talk as a late 1st round pick but ultimately went in the 3rd round. I see Woods as being a similar case- he just won't slide as far. Late 1st or early 2nd is where I'd guess he'd go.
Now, should Seattle draft him? Because if we draft a WR in the first couple rounds, he'd need to replace Rice, Tate, or Baldwin. I guess I could see Woods being an upgrade over Tate or Baldwin, but not by a ton. I get the sense that if Seattle does take a WR, it will be a player type that they don't have on the roster yet. Woods is kind of like a taller Doug Baldwin, and WSU's Wilson is kind of like a skinnier version of Sidney Rice.
That's why I kind of lean towards Tavon Austin, my "spidey sense" tingles big time when I watch him play- the same kind of vibe I got last year from Irvin and Wilson. Something about him just seems to fit this team's philosophy, even if I can't explain it yet. He's also the one WR in this draft that gives Seattle something they don't already have. Part of it is probably because Austin will slide in the draft because of size concerns, and this FO has been very "moneyball" at snagging players at value due to size concerns, both big and small.