One of the top 2014 wide receivers in California is Jeffery Farrar and schools from across the country are showing interest in the Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany standout even at this early stage.
Farrar, a 6-foot, 185-pound prospect, said recruiting has been pretty slow recently but a bunch of teams had already gotten involved so things are looking pretty positive early on in his recruitment.
UCLA has made an impression on the Bishop Alemany standout and Farrar said he's been especially impressed with the new coaching staff.
"UCLA has been one of the colleges I've been talking to a lot lately," Farrar said.
"The new coaching staff is really bringing in a good program. They're getting a lot of the top players from the area. It's a good school and a good team and I think it would be a good look for me if I was over there. It's a good program overall. They're definitely in my top three."
Farrar, who's signed up to compete in the inaugural Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Atlanta this summer, has not taken any unofficial visits recently and has not been to any junior days so it's still the beginning stages in his recruitment.
The 2014 standout said he's been hearing from Oregon, USC, Arizona and many other Pac-12 schools. Florida State and Arkansas have also reached out recently and things could pick up a lot heading into his junior season.
Farrar plays alongside four-star wide receiver Steven Mitchell, rated as the seventh-best wide receiver and No. 52 prospect in the 2013 class, in Alemany's offense and they could be a lethal duo heading into next year.