Miramar (Fla.) safety Andre Godfrey took trips to N.C. State, Utah, and Wisconsin over the last month. The trips to Utah and Wisconsin impressed the three-star defensive back.
"Wisconsin and Utah stood out the most to me," noted Godfrey. "They had a lot more to offer than just the football side of things. At N.C. State the town wasn't very exciting. With Utah and Wisconsin you can still live a good life (away from the field). I didn't expect Utah to be as good as it was. I saw snow for the first time."
Godfrey helped lead his team to an opening round playoff win on Friday night against Coconut Creek (Fla.) Monarch. He recorded an interception and a pass break up to go with several tackles from his back end position.
Louisville and UCLA will get his final two official visits. When asked why the Bruins and the Cardinals for his last two trips?
He replied, "I've always liked those two schools. They have a lot of great DB's and good production. Right now Louisville has a great safety in Calvin Pryor. They have that Florida swag on their team and all that Florida speed, so it's a good option. UCLA has Priest Willis too."
Is he willing to leave South Beach for Hollywood?
"I have no problem with traveling. Plus I have a great relationship with Coach (Demetrice) Martin. He is very down to earth, a funny guy. I can vibe with Coach Martin."
The 5-foot-10, 182-pound safety said Wisconsin and UCLA are recruiting him the hardest. He plans to make a decision after all of his official visits.
Last fall, he recorded 83 tackles, four interceptions, and four fumble recoveries.
Next Friday, Godfrey and company take on Deerfield Beach (Fla.) led by Rivals250 presented by Under Armour prospect Brandon Powell.
Kynon Codrington is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.