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Butler continues to add to class

There can't be a better example of finding a formula that works and sticking to it than the Butler basketball program. Months after nearly winning a national championship, they continue to scour their region for underrated players who are still developing. Tuesday, they added another in Kameron Woods.
A product of Louisville (Ky.)Eastern, Woods is a skinny combo forward who averaged just under 10 points per game as a high school junior.
However, this summer while playing with the BA Hoyas, Woods found his groove and began to turn the corner. He can shoot with easy range to the three point line, is long, has skill in the lane and looks to be a guy who has a pretty significant upside.
According to Woods, he just couldn't say no to a program like Butler and a coach like Brad Stevens.
"What really did it for me was that I wanted to play for a guy like coach Stevens," Woods told Jody Demling of the Louisville courier-journal. "We got along so well and he's a great guy. I believe everything he told me."
Woods joins physical wing Roosevelt Jones and Indiana wing Andrew Smeathers as an early commitment to the Bulldogs.