Both Arkansas assistant Isaac Brown and a Nebraska coach were at Cloud County (Kan.) Community College Tuesday as 6-5, 210-pound small forward Jemal Farmer tries to make a decision between the two schools he has visited the last two weeks.
Farmer said that both schools had put their best foot forward and now he just has to make a "hard decision" between the two.
Farmer, originally from Chicago, is not taking his scheduled visit to Kansas State this weekend.
"I have a great relationship with both schools and their coaching staffs and the players," Farmer said. "It's just real confusing for me, but I hope to have a decision made in a couple next couple of days. I guess it just going to be a matter of what hits me that I am most comfortable with."
Farmer averaged 16 points last season for Cloud.
Farmer Nears Decision
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