Farrow adds offer, new interest

Hurst (Texas) L.D. Bell running back/defensive back Kenneth Farrow already had an early offer from Houston, but he said Tulsa has joined the mix most recently with an oral offer extended during the spring evaluation process.
The new offer sounds like it certainly won't be his last either.
"I talked to Tulsa and they gave a verbal offer on the phone," Farrow, who is 5-foot-10 and 193 pounds said, "And then recently Wyoming came up to our school, and they said they'd be sending papers after they see more of my film. Then Wake Forrest, Iowa - who is one I'd like to talk to more - Northwestern, New Mexico, Kansas State and Utah have all been in contact."
Farrow said the Tulsa offer came from Jess Loepp and he said the Golden Hurricane indicated they could even look at him on the defensive side of the ball.
"Coach (Jess) Loep just said that they really like me there at safety," Farrow said. "And I love to play defense, so that was good to hear. I've been playing safety since I was little so it's like second nature."
Kansas State and Utah are two schools that he's also learning more about and excited that they're both interested in him.
"Kansas State is another one," Farrow said. "I really like how they run their program. I flew up there for their spring game and talked to coach (Dana) Dimel and (Charlie) Dickey for a good 45 minutes. They want to get me back up there, so I can check out more of the campus, academics and stuff like that.
"Utah, they just started recruiting me a bit harder. I talk to coach (Aaron) Alford weekly on e-mail. He's not my area recruiting coordinator. They just switched coaches I believe, but I talk to coach Alford quite a bit and I definitely want to get up there this summer."
Farrow plans to have a busy summer by taking unofficial visits and camps to several of the schools that are interested in him.
"I'm definitely going to Utah," he said. "That's a top priority. Then I'm going to go back to Kansas State, and depending on how much more interest I get from Iowa, I'd like to get up there. They are a school that has always been in my top 10. They've talked to me about how they need a bigger back."
Farrow said he's likely going to make a decision after his senior season and is going to be looking at things like academics and a player's relationship with the coaches when it comes time to make a decision.