Arizona-bound tight end Trevor Wood gave ESPN a couple of highlights Friday night.
Wood had five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown as Scottsdale Chaparral scored 35 unanswered points to defeat Desert Mountain 35-28 in front of a national audience on ESPNU.
Wood, usually split wide in Chaparral’s spread offense, had a 26-yard scoring reception and set up another TD with a one-handed 20-yard reception as he was falling out of bounds at the 1-yard line.
Wood (6-6, 238) is rated a three-star recruit after missing most of his junior season because of a shoulder injury. He picked Arizona over UCLA, Oregon, Alabama among several other top offers.
His dad, Dave Wood, was a first-team All-Pac-10 defensive tackle in 1984. His uncle, Brent Wood, was an Arizona linebacker from 1983-86. His brother, a sophomore walk-on Carter Wood, is the team’s second-string center.
The Arizona Republic, our Gannett partner, has a Chaparral-Desert Mountain game story.
Can't wait for the bro to do it big with me at UA next year. He can't be stopped!!! @t_wood_8
— Carter Wood (@Carterwood66) September 21, 2013