Unable to gain admission at this original signing place, Jeffery Farrar has moved to the other side of country to start his collegiate playing career.
Late Tuesday night, Washington State announced via a press release that Farrar has signed a Financial Aid Agreement with the university. Farrar had originally signed a National Letter of Intent with Virginia, but was denied admission into the university for unspecified academic reasons.
Farrar will be eligible to play immediately in 2014 and, as the school stated, will enroll in classes later this month.
Farrar was listed by Rivals.com as a three-star recruit, rated as the No. 36 athlete in the country and the No. 48 player at any position in the state of California. ESPN.com‘s recruiting service rated Farrar as a four-star prospect.
In addition to Virginia, Farrar held offers from, among others, Arizona, Arizona State, Miami, Michigan State, UCLA and Utah. Wazzu also offered the cornerback coming out of high school, and obviously maintained that interest.
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