Freeman has rushed for over 2,000 yards the past two seasons and went for 2,482 yards and 34 touchdowns this past season. Critics will point out Freeman's competition isn't the highest in the state but his size, running style and athleticism all translate very well to the next level and he projects as an elite prospect.
"Arizona is my most recent offer," Freeman said. "I also have Tennessee, Arkansas and California. I'm planning to go to USC's Junior Day this weekend and I also want to camp at Oregon over the summer.
"I don't have any favorites right now but there are some schools that would be great to get an offer from. I've always liked Notre Dame, USC and Oregon, those would be three big offers for me but I'm open to everyone right now and I'm not leaning anywhere."
As for what he's looking for in a school?
"I want to have a really solid relationship with my position coach," Freeman said. "I want to play for a team that has a chance to win and has a winning tradition. Depth chart matters a little, I don't mind competing but I want to make sure there's not a huge logjam at my position.
"I would love to play early, that would be big for me but if I have to redshirt, that's fine too. As for location, that used to be a factor for me but not any more. I'm just looking for the best opportunity for me and if I have to leave home for that, I have no problem doing it."