June 3, 2009

Double digit offers for 2011 WR

There is a very good argument that Gardena (Calif.) Serra class of 2011 wide receiver George Farmer (6-2, 200, 4.34) may the nation's best at his position in his class. He burst onto the scene during the camp circuit of 2008 when he was only a freshman. He camped with both UCLA and USC. He was promised offers by both schools. Since then he has received a total of 13 offers.

At the USC camp of 2008, Farmer ran a 4.34, which was the fastest time at the camp and he was only a freshman at the time.

According to Farmer, he has offers from every college in the Pac 10 and college football powers Florida, Oklahoma and Texas.

The reasons for such an impressive list of offers are many, but perhaps the main reason is he has an incredibly high ceiling that he has not come close to reaching. Believe it or not, Farmer is only 15 years old.

At any age, there aren't too many players who possess, Farmer's size and speed. He brings a lot to the table, plus he's an outstanding student, too, with his 3.5 GPA.

Farmer is planning on attending UCLA's one day camp this weekend and USC' Rising Stars Camp later in the month of June.

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