Another school has joined the mix for Houston (Texas) St. Pius safety Tarence Farmer and he's got a new list of favorites.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder recently capped off his season with a state championship against Trinity Christian Academy in a lopsided victory 35-14. After playing both ways this year, picking off three passes and breaking the 1,000 yard mark in receiving, the attention is growing by the day.
The new offer has shaken up his favorite list.
"The last offer I got was from Nebraska which came last week," Farmer said. "I like them a lot. They've been showing a lot of interest in me for a while now."
The Huskers are now a part of his new top four along with Tennessee, Oklahoma State, and Kansas.
"All of those schools have kept in touch with me and they've always shown interest in me," he said. "Each school is also checking in with me all the time and they just check to make sure I'm doing okay."
Two visits are in the works right now for the Lone Star defensive back.
"I have one for Tennessee in January," Farmer said. "Then I have one for Nebraska, but I don't know the exact dates on those. I do know the one for Tennessee will be in late January."
"Tennessee, I set one up there because they offered me first in the summer. As the season went by, I just started thinking more and more about setting something up with them. Nebraska just came in and they've been showing a lot of attention.
"So I decided to get those set up first and then go from there."