Final 4 for Florida 4-star corner

Final 4 for Florida 4-star corner

Cody Riggs is one of the top cornerback prospects in south Florida for the 2010 class and the St. Thomas Aquinas standout talked to Scout about the latest on the recruiting front.

Cody Riggs took his first official visit of the year this past weekend to Tennessee. He talked about that.

"It went real well," Riggs said. "I got a chance to meet Coach Kiffin and the rest of the coaching staff. I enjoyed the game. It was a great environment. The stadium was everything people said it was going to be. I could see myself playing there."

Riggs, 5-foot-9 and 160 pounds, was scheduled to take an official visit to Florida this weekend but those plans have changed.

"I was gonna go but I'm not going anymore," he said. "It's not scheduled yet but I'll probably end up going up when they play Florida State in November. The only other two I have scheduled right now are Georgia (10/3) and Notre Dame (10/17)."

The standout corner had narrowed his list down to five recently but it appears one of those schools can be taken off.

"Florida State was on there but I haven't really talked to them lately," he said. "The same schools I'm taking visits to are the ones who have been calling."

Riggs talked about some of the things he'll be looking for in choosing a school.

"They're all even right now and I'm looking to see where I feel the most comfortable," he said. "Where can I see myself living over the next four years?"

Riggs also talked about the start to his senior season.

"We're 2-0," he said. "I've only been thrown on two or three times and I have one pick. We have a bye this week and then we play Cardinal Gibbons next week. They tried throwing on me last year with Shawn Corker and I had a pick so I'm looking forward to that game."

Inside the classroom Riggs claims a 3.5 GPA and a 1210 SAT score. Recommended Stories

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