Miami (Fla.) Columbus three-star running back Lorenzo Woodley hit the road over the weekend to camp at and check out a trio of schools.
"I visited Memphis, Ole Miss, and Alabama this weekend," Woodley said.
He talked about his time at each stop and what stood out.
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Memphis: "I didn't even know I was being recruited by them until I went to the school. The coach knew all about me already. He offered me right there."
Ole Miss: "They have a nice campus. The facilities were real nice. The campus was real nice as well."
Alabama: "Alabama has really nice facilities as well. It was a real nice place."
While Woodley says he enjoyed all three stops, he admits the two SEC schools really stood out.
"Those two schools are amazing to see," Woodley said. "I have never seen a school like that before. They are just way bigger schools, the campuses, and they have great facilities."
The 6-foot, 210-pound back intends to hit the road again late next week for another pair of visits.
"Next week I am planning to go to FSU (June 14th) and South Carolina (June 15th)," Woodley said. "I also want to see Mississippi State this summer."
Woodley claims offers from Cincinnati, Florida International, Florida State, Indiana, Marshall, Memphis, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Ole Miss, Purdue, Rutgers, South Florida, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, and Western Kentucky. He also reports interest from Alabama, Auburn, Miami, Michigan State, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin. He says everyone remains in the picture.
"I am just interested in everybody that is interested in me," Woodley said. "I am just trying to focus on schools that want me to be a part of their program."
When asked if he had a favorite or leaders, his answer was simple.
"Not right now," Woodley said.
As for a decision, Woodley hopes that his recent and upcoming visits will pay off in allowing him to be prepared to pick his future home in the coming months.
"I am just going to let it come naturally," Woodley said. "That is why I am trying to get out to see these schools right now, to see the schools that I like the most. I would like to make a decision before my season begins though."
As a junior, Woodley amassed 727 rushing yards on just 88 carries and scored 11 touchdowns.