Farrar, who claims an offer from the Bruins, has visited campus and is really impressed with what the program has to offer.
"It's a nice school; I like the environment around campus. I went to the camp last year and I've taken an unofficial visit. I like the new coaching staff and all of the top recruits they have coming in so it should be a good team in the Pac-12 this year," he said.
Oregon and USC both have their own perks for Farrar, who plays both receiver and cornerback for the Warriors.
"Oregon plays their players young, and I really like that. I really want to come in and play my freshman year. With USC, it's a local school and my family would be able to come see me play," he said.
Farrar is receiving some interest from other programs and is taking his time to enjoy the recruiting process.
"I've gotten some interest from Arizona, but mainly it's just receiving letters and filling out questionnaires. I'm just looking forward to camps in the future," he said.
As spring football progresses, Farrar has been working hard with his team and ensuring he's ready for the upcoming season.
"Spring has been good. I've just been staying in the weight room and getting healthy, making sure I'm ready to go full speed. I've been working on getting faster. I'm also looking forward to playing with Steven Mitchell, just playing with the entire team and hopefully going far into playoffs," he said.
His time in the weight room has paid off; the 6'1", 195 lb. prospect has already surpassed his goal weight
"I was hoping to reach 190 lbs. by season, but once I started my diet and started eating really healthy, I just picked up weight," he said.