4-Star Wide Receiver DayDay Farmer Transfers from Holy Trinity to Cocoa High School

finished with 2,682 all purpose yards and 26 TD's during two years at Holy Trinity

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Four-star wide receiver Ric’Darious “DayDay” Farmer transfered from Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy to Cocoa High School on Tuesday.

Farmer is a class of 2024 wide receiver and ranked as a four-star wideout by Rivals and 247 Sports. He concluded his sophomore season with 47 receptions for 1,051 yards with 18 touchdowns.

During his two-year tenure at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, he finished with 387 rushing yards, and 1751 receiving yards, for an average of 141.2 yards per game.

Farmer will join his former head coach Nate Hooks who accepted the Cocoa Tigers Associate Head Coach, Passing game coordinator role.

The class of 2024 standout receiver has over 17 college football offers from programs such as the University of Miami, Nebraska, Penn State, and more.

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