While many players seasons around the nation were affected by the covid pandemic, some players even lost their entire season this past year. While most schools in Wisconsin had a season, Beloit Memorial and Fazion Farr were stuck on the sidelines having their entire seasons cancelled.  

Even though he went over a year with limited organized basketball missing his entire sophomore season, Farr was a standout from the start of the spring at the Swish N’ Dish Tournament while playing with the Wisconsin Dynasty. Throughout the spring and summer Farr excelled on the NY2LA Association to earn himself honorable mention honors at the 16U level. 

Even with the lack of a sophomore season, Farr has continued to draw some college coaches’ eyes. At this point the 6’1” guard has been offered by Point Park University, an NAIA program. He has also received interest from numerous programs on a variety of levels following his year with the Dynasty. 

Farr is an impactful two-way playmaking guard. He excels off the dribble getting to the basket as well as getting to his spots in the mid-range. He is a fearless driver that is smooth with the ball. On the defensive side the junior plays with good energy and the ability to stick well with opposing guards. One aspect of his game that he has continued to work on and has considerably improved but still wants to improve is the consistency of his three-point shooting. 

After seeing impactful varsity minutes during his freshman season, Farr is looking forward to once again wearing his Beloit Memorial jersey again for the first team in nearly two years. “This year my team in Beloit has potential to be a great team and do something this city hasn’t been accustomed to in the recent year,” he said on the upcoming season.