Galena Park (Texas) North Shore tight end Dajleon Farr unofficially visited LSU this past weekend and witnessed one of the most bizarre games in the school’s history. The Tigers defeated Oregon State 22-21 in overtime, after the Beavers’ field-goal kicker missed his third point after attempt wide right.
“It was a good visit,” he said. “They coaches asked me if I wanted to tour the campus, but I just hung the Lawton Room and watched some games on television with the guys. A few of my teammates, Everett Edwards and Freddie Patton were supposed to come Saturday, but they didn’t make it.”
Farr had a busy week culminating in the trip to Baton Rouge. He was named to the U.S. Army game on Thursday and scored a touchdown on his first reception of the season in a win against Alief Hastings and defensive tackle Vincent Oghabasse of Friday night.
This week Farr leads his Mustangs against The Woodlands and LSU commit Kyle Anderson, who is also a tight end. The game is a rematch of the 2003 state championship game that North Shore won.
“I don’t really have a favorite right now as far a recruiting goes,” he said. “LSU is up there. The fact that The Woodlands’ tight end committed there doesn’t really effect my decision. We are to different type of players.”
While Farr doesn’t have any other unofficial visits set up yet, he will be visiting the University of Miami coaches extensively during their game against the University of Houston this season. The game will be played in Houston.