What's old is new again for Tarence Farmer.
After moving to Houston Yates to play under the coach that guided his older brother and to be at the same school where his mother teaches at, Farmer is heading back to where he played as a junior.
"I'm going back to St. Pius," Farmer told Rivals.com Monday night.
"It's the right move for me to go back there. I just feel more comfortable with the situation and the coaches. I like the move back. It makes sense for me."
Farmer believes he can continue to receive the same type of recruiting exposure that he would have gotten at Yates. Already considered one of the better players in Houston, Farmer has offers from Houston, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.
"After things have settled down this summer, I'd say my top eight teams are Miami, Ohio State, LSU, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Florida and UofH," Farmer said.
Almost all of those schools were in contact with him during the spring evaluation period.