"I committed to Northern Illinois," said offensive lineman Seren Woodfork-Bey.
"I felt comfortable on my visit and I liked the people at Northern.
"I visited Kansas (12-13) and Northwestern wanted me to visit but I told them that I was committed to Northern."
Woodfork-Bey, a 6-foot-6, 300-pounder, from Chicago (Hyde Park Academy) was a four-year varsity starter that was an all-section performer in 2002.
The Inside Scoop:
Randy Walker likes Woodfork-Bey but he has committed to Northern and it's against his policy to go after committed prospects. Will Woodfork-Bey de-commit and visit Northwestern before signing day?
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