No matter who the offer is from and just how much he knows about that program, this junior is happy to have that offer on his profile.
"It is very exciting to have an offer. I was smiling and I really couldn't stop. It just showed me that my hard work is paying off. I was really excited about the offer and now I want to get more."
Georgia, Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, and South Carolina are showing significant interest in the 6-foot-3, 218 pound linebacker, but one school could be closer to offering than the others at this time.
"If I had to pick one, I would say South Carolina right now. They have been showing me a lot of interest, they have been communicating a lot, and they seem very interested."
Freeman saw the Gamecocks win in a big way earlier this season over UGA and he liked what he saw in Columbia.
"I went to South Carolina and those fans really get into the game there. It was the Georgia game, so South Carolina played great and their fans were awesome. They were waving the towels, they had fireworks going off, and the atmosphere was great. I liked it a lot up there."
He saw the Dawgs fall to Carolina, but he actually grew up a Georgia fan and he has enjoyed his time in Athens too.
"Growing up, my dad and I were big Georgia fans. We have always liked everything about Georgia and I really like Coach [Mark] Richt now. We went to the Tennessee game and it was live out there. The fans were roaring and it was great. I hope to get back over there soon."
So with the Hoosiers offering him, Carolina impressing him, and UGA being an in-state school, does one have the early lead?
"Right now I do not have a No. 1 school, but I am really liking South Carolina, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Indiana right now," he said.
Expect more offers to come in for this talented 2014 prospect out of Hoganville (Ga.) Callaway. He is working towards that happening and he feels he plays a pretty good game already.
"I penetrate well at linebacker. I read the play, I follow my keys, and I think I get to the ball well. I am always working to improve, so I look forward to when coaches watch me next spring."