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Updated: December 9, 2013
2013-14: Has played in all ten games, making six starts ... Grabbed six rebounds and scored four points in the win over West Virginia ... Scored seven points and brought down eight rebounds in just 14 minutes of action against VMI ... Scored five points and grabbed five rebounds against Michigan State ... Put up 13 points and added four rebounds against Furman ... Scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds in the win over Radford ... Brought down seven rebounds and added two assists against Winthrop ... Scored nine points, all coming on three, and brought down six rebounds at Miami.
2012-13: Played in 25 games ... Grabbed six rebounds and scored five points in collegiate debut against ETSU ... Blocked four shots and added four points against Rhode Island ... Scored six points against VMI ... Grabbed 11 boards and added five points at UNC Greensboro ... Scored 13 points and brought down eight rebounds in the win over Appalachian State ... Brought down five rebounds and scored five points against Oklahoma State ... Scored eight points against Mississippi Valley State ... Missed seven games with a fractured foot, suffered in the Georgia Southern game ... Returned to action against Virginia ... Scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds at Virginia ... Had a career day at NC State, notching his first double-double with 14 points and 16 rebounds ... Helped lead the team with seven rebounds at No. 3 Duke.
High School:Four-year letterwinner from Brantley Shields at Rustburg … First-team All-State as a senior … WEST Player of the Year … Averaged 24.1 points and 12 rebounds per game as a senior … Made 42 3-pointers as a senior, when he broke the Rustburg records for most points in a career (1,402) and season (579) … Averaged 19.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as a junior … Also lettered three years in golf … Won the district title as a senior with a round of 73.
Personal:Marshall Cordell Wood … Son of Victor and Cynthia Wood … Youngest of two sons … Uncle, Lincoln Wood, played football at James Madison University … Undecided on collegiate major.