The 6-foot-4, 285-pounder recently made the trip along with teammate Duke Riley to Ft. Worth this weekend to catch a TCU practice and attend the Frogs junior day.
"I think it was very nice, it was more than I expected to see," Godfrey said of the TCU campus. "I thought it would be a little bit bigger, but coming from a small high school if I ever did get offered there it wouldn't be a hard transition."
Godfrey spent most of Saturday morning huddled around the Frogs group of offensive linemen. The big lineman says there is familiarity with the practice scheme and spoke volumes about line coach Eddie Williamson.
"The way they practice (on the offensive line) is basically the same way we do, just some different variations," Godfrey said. "It's all the same drills and stuff. I really like the coach, Coach Williamson. He's a great guy and great coach."
Godfrey and Riley arrived on campus Friday so they received much of their tour of the campus that afternoon.
"We didn't have an actual junior day because we arrived on Friday, one of the GA's gave us our own little personal tour," he said. "Today was more about one on one time with the coaches. As far as yesterday (Friday) it was really good. I didn't get to talk to Coach Patterson much but I did have about a 30-minute conversation with Coach Williamson."
Although he wasn't extended an offer while on the visit, he does know the Frogs have a genuine interest.
"Coach Williamson basically told me that he doesn't offer his offensive lineman until he sees them practice in person at a spring practice or he gets to work with them at a camp," Godfrey said on the prospects of a TCU offer. "He didn't say he was going to offer me, but he did say he was very interested."
Godfrey learned that the Frogs may hold a one-day satellite camp in Louisiana this summer, which if they do, he plans to attend.
"They're trying to get a camp down in Louisiana actually, if they do I told them I'd definitely make it," Godfrey said. "I don't know when I can get back to Texas, but if I could I would try."