Auburn leads for Tallahassee four star

Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby offensive guard/defensive tackle Kareem Cromwell is one of six division I prospects on the Godby roster. He has over a dozen scholarship offers, but one school at this point has taken the lead for his signature.
"Right now Auburn is my No. 1 school," Cromwell said. "Louisville and North Carolina are tied for my No. 2 school right now. I also like Georgia, NC State and Florida. Out of that group Florida is the only one who hasn't offered. Georgia offered me when I was at their camp a couple of weeks ago."
Cromwell attended the NIKE camp at Tallahassee where he measured in at 6-foot-4.5, 290 pounds, ran the 40-yard dash in 5.21 seconds, had a 5.09 shuttle, a 21-inch vertical jump and did 16 reps on the bench press.
"The thing that I like most about Auburn is that they play a hard nose style of football," Cromwell said. I have been talking to their coaches and stuff and they really want me up there. I am going to go watch them play Georgia Tech for the first game."
As a junior Cromwell collected 59 tackles, two sacks and one tackle for loss. He also recovered to fumbles.
"Me and Frank Grimes and Kevin McCaskill have all been talking about maybe going to the same place," Cromwell said. "We all like Louisville a lot and so we are looking at them real hard."
Don't expect a decision to come down the pipe from Cromwell too soon.
"The only camp I went to was Georgia's," Cromwell said. "I wanted to go to Auburn's but transportation didn't work out. So I want to check Auburn, Louisville and some other schools. I am going to wait and do that and see if any other schools pop up."