Godfrey will join his Ball State teammate and 2011 Rafters MVP, Nestor Bautista, in Wisconsin Rapids this summer to patrol the outfield at Witter Field. Thru 26 games this spring for the Cardinals, Godfrey carries a .262 batting average with 13 runs scored, six doubles, one home run, and 8 RBIs. The speedster has been successful stealing 8 bases in 10 attempts this spring while carrying a .337 on-base percentage. Godfrey is no stranger to summer baseball as he spent last summer playing for the Southern Maryland Nationals of the Cal Ripken League. He led his team with a .357 batting average in 39 games and tied for the league-lead in triples (3), ranked second in stolen bases (20) and fifth in hits (50). His solid numbers led him to being ranked the ninth best prospect in the Cal Ripken League by Baseball America. In addition, Godfrey was named to the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Team as a starter and collected two hits in the game. As a freshman at Ball State, Godfrey played in 32 games, posting a .272 average, while compiling 28 hits and driving in 14 runs. His play progressed once Mid-American Conference action began. In 16 starts, Godfrey recorded a .306 average, which ranked third on the team. Godfrey recorded a .486 batting average with 7 home runs, 11 doubles, four triples, and scored 54 runs during his senior year at New Albany High School. He also was successful stealing 26 bases, consequently being named the team’s Most Valuable Player. Godfrey is a native of New Albany, Indiana.