Although last year's recruits are in camp and Washington State's 2015 recruiting class appears to be well under way, the Cougars weren't quite finished with the class of 2014. The team announced the late signing of safety Jeffery Farrar to a financial aid agreement on Tuesday. The 6-foot-1, 195 pound safety out of Upland High in Upland, California signed with Virginia out of high school, over scholarship offers from Arizona, Arizona State, and other schools.
Although Farrar signed a binding National Letter of Intent, WSU says that he is eligible to play immediately. Even if he doesn't redshirt, he'll presumably need some time to get ready after missing fall camp. Farrar is expected to enroll and begin class later this month.
Farrar was rated a four-star prospect by ESPN.