Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01
Ranked as 13 offensive guard nationally by Scout.com...#16 offensive guard nationally by ESPN.com... the #9 player in South Carolina and #13 offensive guard in this class by Rivals.com... finalist for Mr. Football in South Carolina...four-star offensive lineman according to both Scout.com and Rivals.com...Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Offensive Lineman of the Year...Shrine Bowl selection...recipient of the Wendy's High School Heisman in South Carolina...SuperPrep's #8 player in South Carolina...also rated the#39 offensive lineman nationally by SuperPrep...All-American by Tackle...three-time all-area, all-region, & all-state player on offense...two-time all-area & all-region on defense...two-time Region 4-AA Lineman of the Year...named Offensive Lineman of the Year by High School Sports Report and the South Carolina Football Coaches Association... winner of the Carolina Panthers Community Captain Award...as a senior, he graded out at 92 percent, while recording 67 knockdowns and 37 pancakes...defensively, he tied for the team lead with 83 tackles and also contributed 16 tackles for a loss and six sacks...all-region in track as a junior...coached by Ben Freeman, who is also his father...recruited by Offensive Line Coach Brad Scott...chose Clemson over Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Penn State, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Plyler on Freeman: "Technique-wise Freeman was the best offensive lineman in South Carolina this past year. He is going to have to get stronger and grow into his body but his upsize is limitless. I think he is going to grow into an interior lineman and he has just enough nasty to be a really good run blocker."
Reminds Plyler of: Ty Granger
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