Farr discusses Louisville visit

Maryland wide receiver Sean Farr committed to Louisville late last week without ever stepping foot on campus. This weekend, Farr made an official visit to Louisville that solidified his choice.

"I committed to Louisville because they showed a sense of urgency not just football-wise but family-wise," Sean Farr said. "They said they respected me and mom, everybody. So that was a good decision for me."

Farr, a teammate of Louisville linebacker commit Horace Miller at Baltimore's Dunbar High School, said Louisville is a school he sees himself being happy at the next four years. Like Miller, freshman wide receiver Stephon Ball also showed Farr the ropes around campus on his visit.

"The facilities are great, good indoor facility," said Farr. "I went to the basketball game and I think the atmosphere is going to be just like that for football. I loved the facilities. My host was Stephon Ball. He showed me around. He was a good host."

Farr spoke with Louisville head coach Steve Kragthorpe during his visit and found out how the Cardinals plan to utilize him in their offense.

"I hung around coach Kragthorpe a lot," Farr said. "He ran down some plays for me. They plan on using me as the X receiver – that's the one opposite of the tight end. They're going to use me for posts – stuff like that."

Farr was an All-Metro Baltimore selection and was considered one of the top prospects in Maryland. Farr was a first team All-State selection in 2008. Farr had more than 2,000 yards receiving his final two high school seasons.

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