"I've heard from Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Washington and Oregon," said Farmer. "And then I have offers from Vanderbilt, Utah and Yale. I'm still solidly committed to Cal, but I'm enjoying the recruiting process."
Farmer has visited all the in-state Pac-12 schools this spring.
"I've visited Cal, UCLA, USC and Stanford," said Farmer. "Stanford was really cool and I liked it. USC, I went down to their Junior Day and their spring practice and got a chance to go to the Coliseum and it was pretty cool. UCLA, I've lived by there, so I've seen it a lot but I went to their first practice in pads. And I went up to Cal and I really like it up there. It feels like home."
Farmer said he's expecting a number of schools to visit him during the eval period.
"I know a lot of schools are going to be coming to see me in the spring, probably coming to see me in May. I know Vanderbilt is coming by and Washington has talked to me a lot and they're going to come by and Oregon State is going to come out in May," said Farmer.
Farmer said Cal wants him as a safety, but he'll play what he's needed to in college.
"I like defense and I like safety, but I'll be playing some linebacker this year," said Farmer.
Farmer is also running track, running the 100, 200 and 400 and the relay with Khalfani Muhammad, a Cal signee.