Woods will be eligible immediately after starting his career at Charlotte and playing the last two years at Wake Forest. His best year was in 2016-2017 when he started 22 games and averaged 12.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG and 3.5 APG with a 117.7 ORTG on a 50/44/76 shooting split.
This past year he started only 5 games on an 11-20 Wake team and played less minutes than he did his freshman year at Charlotte. He dropped to 11.5 PPG, 2.5 RPG and 1.9 APG on a 44/37/85 shooting split. His ORTG dropped to 106.9 (97.5 against top 100 teams and 93.4 against top 50) on 22.7 USG. According to Torvik he's a below average rebounder, has a below average steal and block rate and doesn't get to the line. He will likely be competing for a starting guard spot, potentially as the PG, at OSU.
As has been discussed many times before, OSU is losing a lot from last years basketball team that over achieved in its first year under Holtmann. They're losing 3 starters including B1G POY Keita Bates-Diop as well as Andrew Dakich. While Woods is a better pickup than Dakich as a grad transfer, this doesn't really move the needle much for me. He didn't start on a crappy Wake Forest team, isn't a great scorer or distributor, and is going to be asked to be a major ball handler for OSU. While you can definitely do worse than him, I expect Woods to be a thoroughly average player at best for OSU.
OSU returns only 6 scholarship players and brings in 6 more as of now between Woods, FSU transfer PG CJ Walker (not elgibile this year) and 4 incoming freshman. Look for OSU to try and bring in one more transfer, probably another grad guard/wing guy, this offseason.