Farha Sets Visits

Now that his season is over, offensive lineman Fadi Farha has turned his focus to college and has setup two official visits to schools in the Mid-American Conference.

Fadi Farha is an offensive lineman for Ann Arbor Pioneer High School. Now that his season is over, he is focusing his attention on college and where he can play football at the next level.

The 6-5, 285 pound offensive lineman says that his footwork and technique are his biggest strengths. And after attending camps at Michigan, Michigan State, Eastern Michigan, and Western Michigan over the summer he has received two offers. "I have offers from Toledo and Eastern Michigan," he said.

Fadi is also hearing from Michigan, Michigan State, Central Michigan, and Western Michigan. "Central (Michigan) is coming to my school this week and Western (Michigan) told my coach they want to come and see me."

Fadi is in the process of sending out tapes to his top 6 or 7 schools in the Big Ten and MAC and has a couple of favorites. Fadi said, "my favorites are Michigan and Penn State." Penn State hasn't been contacting him yet, but he hopes he can gain their interest. "I just sent my tapes out to Penn State," he added.

Fadi has an official visit setup to Toledo for November 30th, and one to Eastern Michigan on December 7th. Coach Jon Gilbert is recruiting him at Toledo, and coach Chris Symington at Eastern Michigan. "They are both really cool guys," said Fadi.

Check back with Rocket Digest in the coming weeks as we will keep you up to date on Fadi's recruitment.

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