Freeman Down to Two Schools

Callaway outside linebacker Keshun Freeman had a very busy weekend visitng Georgia Tech on Friday for their spring game and then traveling to Knoxville, Tennessee on Saturday for the Tennessee spring game.

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The two visits went a long way in helping Freeman decide on his favorites. "I was glad that Tech was able to gets their game in despite the weather earlier in the day."

Freeman liked what he saw from both sides of the ball in the Tech spring game. "Both offense and defense played hard and hit hard. The players were really getting at it."

Following the spring game, KeShun met with Coach Mike Pelton, Coach Buzz Preston and and Coach Paul Johnson. "All three were on the same page with me." All three coaches let Freeman know how much they want him at Tech and all three let him know that they like him at outside linebacker.

The Tech coaches feel that Freeman can come off the edge and put pressure on the quarterback and get some sacks. "I like that they are making me a top priority for their class at my position." At one time, it was thought that Tech might like Freeman as a defensive end but that has changed. "They want me at outside linebacker and I like that."

KeShun has decided to make his college choice in either May or June. He will use that time to choose between his top two teams. "Georgia Tech and Tennessee will be the two schools I choose from."

Freeman was impressed by the facilities at Tennessee. "I loved their spring game." At Tech, the campus and the spring game were two of the factors that stood out to KeShun. "They have a great school."

At the present time, Freeman feels that both schools are even. "Basically it will come down to which school can do the best job of helping me academically with my profession." Freeman wants to be an anesthesiologist. The school that gets him there will be the one he chooses. "The coaches at Georgia Tech have told me that I could work with Emory to achieve my goal. It's nice to know that."

KeShun will sit down with his family and high school coach to talk it out to see which school is the best fit both athletically and academically. Top Stories