Hurst (TX) L.D. Bell running back Kenny Farrow's recruitment recently opened back up when Colorado's…
Farrow is a Cougar
Hurst (TX) L.D. Bell athlete Kenny Farrow ended decided to end his recruitment tonight and pledged his services to a major Conference USA program. "I committed to Houston tonight. My official visit went really well and I decided that it was the place for me," said Farrow. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound three-star prospect traveled to Houston this past weekend on an official visit and saw everything he needed to pull the trigger and become a Cougar. "The visit went great. Most of the time I was there we focused on academics. They have a great business school at Houston and I plan on majoring in management information systems and getting a minor in psychology." Farrow spent most of his high school career at running back, but he will be playing on the other side of the ball once he enrolls in Houston. "The coaches are recruiting me to play free safety when I get to Houston. I played safety during my freshman year in high school and I am glad to get the opportunity to play there again." Farrow was originally committed to the University of Colorado but after the Buffs brought in a new coaching staff, he was informed that his scholarship offer was no longer available. The Hurst prospect said that Houston's academic curriculum and coaching staff were the main reasons why he decided to go ahead and commit. "Houston is a great school academically and that is a big deal to me. The coaching staff is also great. They said if I come in and work hard that I have a chance to see the field early at safety. You can tell that the coaches really look out for their players there." Farrow has an official visit scheduled to Iowa in January and he is unsure of whether he will still take it or not. Regardless of whether he makes his way up to Big Ten country or not, he insists that he is solid to the Cougars. "I'm not sure if I'm still going to take the visit to Iowa, but even if I do I'm 100% committed to Houston. After I commit to a school that's it for me, I'm not the kind of kid to de-commit or anything like that." Farrow rushed for 973 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior. He selected Houston over offers from Tulsa and Utah.
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