Edmond North running back Michael Farmer intends to reopen his recruitment, he told The Oklahoman on Wednesday.
Farmer, No. 12 on The Oklahoman’s Super 30, committed last season to Arizona State, but has since decided he committed too soon in the process.
“I just feel like when I got the offer from them it was big, surprising and all of that,” Farmer said. “I went ahead and took it because nobody else had done that. But sitting out thinking I just didn’t want to just close off all of the offers I could get and just go to Arizona State. Lets see what I can get and go from there.”
Farmer rushed for 995 yards and 19 touchdowns last season, but suffered a torn ACL in the playoffs against Jenks.
The Rivals three-star recruit said he visited Oklahoma State last weekend and has been talking with Arkansas.