"It was good. Getting to know the people and how real they were," Farr said. "I don't know, I can't explain it. It was real. Like the way the people acted. They were so nice and everything and that they wanted me."
So who is "they"? The coaches? The players? Who?
"Everybody. Everyone. The fans. The coaches. The players. Everybody."
One of the most over-whelming things to Farr was the fact that the fans knew who he was. The standout from Galena Park (Texas) North Shore had never been to Nebraska or Lincoln for that matter.
"Yes sir. I liked it. It was something. You know that the people are paying attention to what is going on."
Although Farr had a good visit to Nebraska, he did not commit. Not that he thought about leaving that if it was what he wanted in a school that he would commit. Farr has some other officials in mind and may have a stage set to pick his school.
"No, I didn't commit. I am going to go to Miami and USC. I am not sure of the other one. If not after the visits I will commit at the U.S. Army All-American Game."
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