Next week is Cody Riggs' chance to shine. He will be matched up with some of the nation's top wide receivers in Orlando and will have a chance to show people he is one of the best lock down corners in America.
Currently ranked as the nation's No. 8 cornerback prospect according to Scout.com, Riggs is aggressive and not intimidated by bigger receivers. He has 13 interceptions and will surprise some next week with his ability to jump routes and break on the ball.
Riggs has sub 4.4 speed that will allow him to turn and run with anyone this week as he takes on the nation's best wideouts. Riggs will not be the most talked about player heading into practices next week and will be out to prove a point, going 110% on every play.
Riggs With Something to Prove
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