Big Weekend for Farrar

It has been a busy fast few days for Upland (Calif.) athlete Jeff Farrar. He took a visit to UCLA Saturday, helped his BBT 7 on 7 team roll to a championship win at the Passing Down tournament Sunday and landed another Pac 12 offer on Monday...

Jeff Farrar is one of the most versatile players in the west with the ability to play three positions in college. He's getting looks at receiver, corner and safety but we like how his size, speed and ball skills translate best at the safety spot.

UCLA was one of the first schools to jump in on Farrar and the athlete was one of several players who attended the Bruins first full pads scrimmage on Saturday.

"I spent almost the whole day at UCLA, it was cool," Farrar said. "They have a lot of injuries right now but the team looked good, they just need some people to step up. I got to talk with Coach Mora and Coach Martin and they said they were really happy I showed up.

"UCLA is recruiting me as an athlete right now and said receiver or corner. I really like it there a lot and feel comfortable. This was my third time there since my freshman year so I know the place really well and could probably give my own tour of it."

On Monday, Farrar received an offer from California and will check out another Pac 12 program this weekend.

"Cal wants me for corner," Farrar said. "I talked with Coach Stewart and he said they need corners really bad so that was exciting. Cal is a big time school with a great reputation and I have interest there for sure.

"I've also talked with Coach Buh and he's a great guy too. I've talked with a lot of the coaching staff there and I'm definitely looking forward to getting down there for a visit. This weekend, I'm going to Arizona State. I don't have an offer from them yet but they're talking to me so hopefully if the visit goes well, that will happen."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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