"My offers right now are from Utah, Jackson State, Southern, Dixie State and Western Georgia," Jeff Farrar told JCFootball.com. "I have a bunch of other schools looking at me and talking to me, but they wanted to see my final highlights (from this season) before they offer."
This weekend, Farrar is headed to Jackson State this coming weekend to check out the Tigers.
"I'm looking forward to it," Farrar said. "They are building a good program there and I want to see what they have to offer."
As a prep, Farrar was a highly sought-after corner prospect out of Upland (Ca.) High School, he eventually ended up at Washington State, but after spending a year in Pullman he decided to leave and seek new opportunities.
"I was supposed to go to Virginia out of high school, but I didn't get in so I ended up at Washington State instead," Farrar recalled. "I just wasn't happy there and I didn't feel comfortable there and I didn't want to stay at a place that I wasn't happy, so I chose to come down here to Mt. San Antonio and compete against the best (JUCO) talent every week and see what other opportunities I could get."
As a redshirt freshman for the Mounties this season, while playing in seven games, Farrar totaled 10 tackles, six tackles-for-loss and two interceptions.
"I feel like I'm a pretty well-rounded cornerback," Farrar noted. "I'm dangerous in zone because of my ball skills, but I'm also good in man-to-man because I'm physical and I can re-route guys with my hands."
Farrar is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in May and he will have three years to play three starting in 2016.