The American national joined the Development Squad following his release from Ipswich Town in the summer of 2012.
Cody's strengths lie in shot stopping and communication. He is looking to establish himself as a regular in Martin Hunter's side.
Name: Lloyd Isgrove
A confident wide player who was recommended to Saints by his Sunday league coach, the Yeovil youngster has been at the club since he was nine years-old.
Lloyd is an attack-minded player who boasts trickery and a quick turn of pace which makes him a real handful for opponents.
A stop-start to his time stepping up to the Under-21s has halted his progress, but he's an undoubted talent who will be looking to make in roads to the First Team.
Name: Sam Hoskins
A clever forward who played locally before joining his hometown club.
Sam was the top scorer for the Under-18s in successive seasons, a feat he is on course to repeat at U21 level as his predatory instincts in front of goal making him a lethal finisher.
A natural poacher inside the area, Hoskins has already broken into the senior side on a handful of occasions, making his debut for the First Team as a second-half substitute in a 2-1 FA Cup win over Coventry City in January 2012.
In March of the same year, with five goals from eight games to his name at Under-21 level with Saints, he joined Rotherham United on loan until the end of the campaign to gain further first team experience, before returning to Saints' U21s set up.
After a good start to the 2012-13 campaign, Hoskins joined League 1 side Stevenage on loan in January 2013, scoring once in six starts and eight substitute appearances.
Name: Alberto Seidi
A tall and prolific forward who causes problems for opponents, Seidi had an impressive goal scoring record from the Guinea Bissau Academy in West Africa before joining Saints, and has gone from strength to strength since.
He has represented his native Portugal at Under-20 level and earned his first call up for the Under-21s midway through the 2012-13 season, during which he spent a brief loan spell with League 2 Aldershot Town.
Name: Matt Young
'Cat', as he likes to be known, is a composed defender who has risen through the ranks impressively, forcing his way into and captaining the Under-18 side before becoming an established member of the Under-21s.
A true leader who orchestrates the back four impressively, he is a versatile option at full back as well as in the centre of defence.
Name: Corby Moore
A stylish midfielder with an eye for goal, Corby's ability on the ball and awareness make him well suited to a central berth. His dedication to playing in the Academy since the age of eight has seen him progressed into the Under-21 squad.
He signed a longer-term youth contract in November 2011 and was named in the First Team squad when Saints played Crystal Palace in the League Cup during the 2011/12 season.
Name: Joe Curtis
An attacking midfielder who can link up play in the final third. Although he has a creative eye, Joe is just as much of a goal threat himself as well as being able to lay on chances for others.
He formerly captained Leicester City's Under-16s and is often used as a playmaker, while his father used to play professionally for Charlton Athletic and his hometown club Northampton.
Name: Andy Robinson
Former captain of the Under 18s and a strong presence in the heart of midfield. Unafraid of a challenge and equipped with a stylish variety of passing, 'Robbo' brings tenacity and class to the centre of the park.
Andy, who hails from nearby Bournemouth, has been with the club since he was eight years old.
Robinson made his full senior debut as a substitute for Jack Cork in a League Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday in September 2012.