Atlanta (Ga.) Grady linebacker Darryl Farley currently has five scholarship offers, including one from a Southeastern Conference program. He talks about the current state of his recruitment in this interview with Rivals.com.
"I've got offers from Ole Miss, Miami (Ohio), Tulane, Marshall and Middle Tennessee State," he said.
The Rebels have talked with Farley about playing early.
"That they want me and that I could play when I get there,"
Currently, two schools are recruiting the 5-foot-10, 220-pound prospect the hardest.
"Marshall and Miami are recruiting me the hardest," he said. "Marshall told me I could start early and Miami is telling me that they like me a lot."
Farley, who says academics will factor the most into his decision, has no leader.
"Everybody is the same," he said.
Farley will travel to the campus of another SEC school in the near future.
"I'm going to Auburn camp next week," he said. "They've not really been recruiting me that hard, but they've been sending me letters."
Farley has two goals next season at Grady.
"I hope win and make it to the playoffs."
Farley is a two-star rated prospect by Rivals.com.