Farley also missed one season at Virginia Tech with a torn ACL, and played in just 23 college games. Last year, he was the first major college player to opt out of the season because of concerns about COVID-19, but the small amount of film teams have on him show a fluid and athletic corner, who can match up and run with any receiver.
Farley, who grew up in nearby Maiden, N.C., also spoke as honestly and openly about his plans to stand out in the NFL. He casually — and humbly — mentioned things like “I know I possess a very elite ability, in my athleticism and my quickness with long-term speed and my football IQ of the game.”
“At this point, words aren’t going to do it anymore,” he said. “Time will tell. My mentality and my abilities are special. Time will tell,