"I'm planning to visit four schools before I make my decision," Zach Farrar told Dawgman.com. "I haven't finished my season yet, so I'm going to wait until January and take my visits before I make my decision."
The four schools who he is planning to visit are Washington, Nebraska, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech.
"With Washington, I really like the coaches there and I think I fit their offense pretty well," Farrar noted. "I talk a lot with coach (Brent) Pease and coach (Chris) Petersen and I just really like them a lot because they were one of the first schools to offer me and they have been really consistent in their recruitment of me.
"Nebraska is sorta the same thing. I really like the staff there and they develop receivers pretty well.
"Oklahoma State is a great program. They win a lot and they produce some great receivers.
"With Texas Tech, I've been there a couple of times and they throw the ball a lot so that is something you really like as a receiver."
Farrar is one of the bigger receivers left on Washington's board, measuring in at nearly 6'4" and weighing close to 215 pounds.
As a senior this season, Farrar has hauled in 38 receptions for a team-leading 760 yards and he also leads his team with 14 touchdown receptions.
Farrar and his teammates will take on Guyton (Denton, Tx.) in the second round of the state playoffs this Friday night.