Darryl Farley currently holds no offers but is hearing from Northwestern, Mississippi State, Maryland, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech.
He recently attended Georgia Tech's spring game and talked to GAVSV.com about his visit.
"It was nice," said Farley. "It's definitely somewhere I would like to go. They had a great atmosphere there. Before the game, they let us go in their meeting room to see what was going on."
"They treated us like family while we were there. We all got along great. I really had a good time. Like I said, it's definitely somewhere I would like to go."
Two members of the Georgia Tech coaching staff made a huge impression on Farley during his visit.
My Recruiting Coach, Curtis Modkins and Linebackers Coach Brian Jean-Mary are great coaches." he said. "It would be great if I could play for them."
At 5-foot-11, 220-pounds, Farley spends most of his spare time in the weight room. He also plays first base for the Grady baseball team.
Farley listed five schools that currently lead for his services.
"I like Georgia Tech, Northwestern, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Auburn," Farley said.
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