Early on, North Shore TE <b>DajLeon Farr</b> spoke favorably of LSU after tripping there for one of the school's junior days. Despite the fact that it was so early in the game, it continues to be something recruitniks point to as a sign that the Tigers are the team to beat. But Farr claims (and has for a while) that he's wide open. He has yet to take an official, but has made games at Houston, LSU and, just this past weekend, Texas. The State's top pass-catcher updates us on his trip to Austin.
"It was tight. I liked it," DajLeon Farr
said regarding the unofficial visit to UT this past weekend. "The tight ends caught 8 balls. It looked like they (Greg Davis
and UT offensive staff) made it a priority to get the ball to all of their best weapons and I liked that a lot. It moved them up some more."
Another thing the 5-star prospect and top-rated tight end in the nation enjoyed was the opportunity to meet with the UT coaches.
"I met with all of the coaches and that was the first time I got to do that. They were all cool."
Farr continues to maintain a firm stance on being open, but he did say that he is a lot closer to narrowing his list down.
"I might be ready to do that in a couple of weeks."
On another note, the 6-5, 240-pounder said he probably won't use his official visits on schools he can drive to. So, it appears that the Longhorns have some work to do on that front, if they want to host the every-down tight end officially, for a weekend of fun.