When George Farmer announced that he would forgo his senior season at USC to pursue a shot at the NFL, many people were extremely confused. Most outside of USC did not recognize Farmer’s name and those near the organization were shocked that he would leave so soon. Farmer was productive for the Trojans during the 2014 campaign, but he never did enough to make him...
Just when it appeared all the dominoes had fallen with USC underclassmen declaring for the NFL Draft, there was still one more left to go.
Redshirt junior George Farmer sent shockwaves through the McKay Center when he announced he, too, will forego his senior season and enter the upcoming NFL Draft.
"This was a hard decision, one I thought over long and hard," Farmer said in a statement...
LOS ANGELES (AP) Southern California receiver George Farmer has decided to skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
Farmer announced his decision through the school Wednesday.
Farmer made little impact in four seasons with the Trojans, catching 30 passes for 363 yards and four touchdowns. After missing the entire 2013 season with a knee injury, he had 25 catches last season...
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January 14, 2015
George Farmer is ahead of the curve, he says.
Coming off a torn ACL last spring, the redshirt junior returned to the field this spring and exceeded his own expectations.
"I feel fast, fluid," Farmer said. "Everything was positive just to see my leg being stable and holding up, so that's a good thing."
Fast was just one way to describe Farmer coming out of Serra High School in 2011...