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Forward Feels at Home During ASU Visit

Forward Kraidon Woods

Kraidon Woods, who hails from Pennsylvania, has never been to the West coast. His visit to Tempe gave him a taste of Pac-10 country, and the strong impression the Sun Devils left on him may have him come again here in the future – this time for a longer period.

"It was a great," said the 6-8 195 Kraidon Woods of his visit to Arizona State. "Coach Sendek and the team made me feel right at home there. It seems like a great situation to be in. I really enjoyed it. I didn't know too much about Arizona State before the visit and now I know a lot more. It was good to go and see and feel how it would there on the West coast." The forward was accompanied by his... Recommended Stories

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