RECRUITING: Codrington doesn't have a leader

RECRUITING: Codrington doesn't have a leader

Offensive lineman Simon Codrington took his fifth and final visit to West Virginia this weekend and while the South Miami Senior High tackle came away impressed, he's even more confused at to where he would end up.

"I enjoyed a lot up there and man it was cold," Codrington said. "It was a really good college town (Morgantown, WV), but there wasn't that many people or that much to do. I still enjoyed it though and the state of West Virginia is great for football."

At 6-7 and 255 pounds, the towering offensive tackle is a target for many schools, and gave his visit to Morgantown a nine out of 10, he said.

With his last visit in the books, Codrington now has a chance to compare between Auburn, West Virginia, NC State, Florida and Florida State. A little more then a week is left till National Signing Day but Codrington remains coy as to where he will end up.

"I don't have a leader right now," Codrington said. "I'm hoping to sit down and talk about it with my family and then I will be ready to decide."

Simon Codrington is expecting only two in-home visits this week from West Virginia and Florida coaches so stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on where he ends up.

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