Junior Highlights: OT and UCLA Offeree Will Farrar

Feb. 22 -- Scout provides junior highlights of four-star offensive tackle Will Farrar, the No. 218 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300 and recent UCLA offeree...

The above video features junior season highlights of 2017 four-star offensive tackle Will Farrar from Houston-area Fort Bend Travis High School.

Farrar is a Scout 300 prospect ranked No. 218 overall in the 2017 class. He's the No. 4 offensive tackle in the state of Texas and No. 18 nationally at his position.

The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Farrar has garnered numerous offers during the past few months as his offer list now includes about two dozen schools.

Michigan StateTexas TechWashingtonHoustonMiamiMississippi State, and UCLA are among Farrar's offers. Schools such as Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, and Northwestern have also shown interest, among others.

http://www.scout.com/college/football/recruiting/story/1644827-big-10-vi... Farrar plans to visit a couple of Big Ten programs soon. For the latest on his recruitment, check out this story -- Big Ten Visits on Tap for Will Farrar.

Farrar has gotten interest at multiple positions on the offensive line and could potentially play tackle, guard, or even center at the next level. Position versatility and size are two his best traits.

Below is Scout's updated analysis of Farrar:

Farrar is a potentially position-versatile offensive line prospect with the requisite size to play tackle or guard at the high-major level. Played right tackle as a junior for high school team. Big, burly lineman who is a hand full in the run game. Consistently finishes blocks. Plays with a bit of a mean streak. Solid upper-body technique in pass pro. Can improve lateral mobility and overall flexibility. Sometimes bends at waist rather than knees, but usually plays with good leverage, especially for a 6-5+ prospect. Well-rounded player with high ceiling as a pass-blocker who will play at the P5 level. - Gabe Brooks

  • Strengths: Size, drive-blocking skills, position flexibility
  • Areas to improve: Quickness off the ball, flexibility

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