Jeffery Farrar is playing both ways - wide receiver and cornerback - for his Upland, Calif., team this season and he said numerous schools from the SEC and ACC are showing interest.
The 6-foot-1, 193-pound prospect in the 2014 class transferred to Upland from Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany and apparently things are going quite well.
According to Farrar, he is hearing from Florida State, Virginia, Duke, Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and some others.
"All those schools, it's really crazy," Farrar said.
A trip to Florida State for its regular-season finale against rival Florida is being scheduled.
"I don't have any favorites yet," Farrar said. "I'm looking for some future visits to go watch Florida State play the Florida Gators. I'm going to fly out there.
"I'm a California kid used to seeing California teams so I'm going to see how they do it back down South and see how the competition is there."
No other trips are planned yet but Farrar said he would like to visit either Alabama or Michigan before the end of the season.
Recruiting has been busy and one reason is because Farrar is playing both ways. He said there is no preference, although he's played more wide receiver in his career, and he just wants to be on the field to help his team.
"A lot of people didn't know I can play corner but I came out I'm a versatile player and I can play both ways," Farrar said.
"I'm physical, I can play both ways and I want to help my team any way I can. There is no preference. As long as I'm on the field playing with my team I'm good."