Jeffery Farrar said he saw everything he wanted to as UCLA defeated USC on Saturday at the Rose Bowl and he wants to play for the Bruins.
His commitment is not in yet but it's clear the UCLA coaching staff wants to continue recruiting him.
"I really like the change of the program and coach [Jim] Mora has it going in the right direction and I love the corners coach, coach [Demetrice] Martin, so it's really a good look," Farrar said.
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"From the get-go in the season I've seen the changes. I was waiting for that big game with the crowd into it and UCLA was 100 percent all-in today with the crowd, the coaches, the whole team. It was perfect."
Farrar, a 6-foot-1, 193-pound wide receiver/defensive back who transferred to Upland, Calif., from Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany for his junior season, said he had a good conversation with Martin after the game and wanted to make his pledge.
The Bruins will continue to recruit the 2014 prospect and Farrar said he heard only positive things from Martin after the 38-28 UCLA victory. He's excited about his possible future with the up-and-coming Pac-12 team.
"After the game was over I went on the field and took a couple pictures and went in the locker room and talked to the players," Farrar said. "Coach Martin pulled me to the side and I told him what I wanted for my future plans.
"He said they'd love to have me there, it's a good thing and he wants to talk with my dad and me for his plans and for the future plans at the school. He was happy I thought so highly of the program."