GARRETT FARAH - WR
NEWCASTLE HIGH SCHOOL - PENNSYLVANIA
2017 wide receiver Garrett Farah is a feisty, quick, and tough receiver. Farah is explosive after the catch and has the ability to extend plays with his elusiveness. Garrett has excellent hands, body control, and seems to understand some of the nuances of route running. He has committed to Kent State as a preferred walk-on and could compete early in his career once he adds some weight. Check out this exclusive interview with Garrett below.
What do you feel are your greatest football strengths?
Route running and creating space.
What was your favorite high school football moment?
First round playoff game I had 5 reception for 220 yards and 3 touchdowns.
What do you feel are your greatest football accomplishments?
Single season receiving yard record at my high school
What do you like most about playing on offense?
I like going 1 on 1 with cornerbacks.
What would you like to major in once you get to college?
Either Business or something to do with sports
What are your ultimate life goals?
Support my family.
What motivates you everyday to work so hard?
Just to be that best that I can be.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Garrett will be a productive slot receiver in college at the Division 1 level if given an opportunity. He will need to add some weight and develop in a college weight room but the necessary tools to be a successful receiver are in place. His toughness, elusiveness, and hands will help carry him through his collegiate career. Being a preferred walk-on, Garrett will need to put in extra work as consistently as possible to earn his opportunities. All in all, we look forward to watching Garrett as he embarks on his collegiate journey this fall.