Callaway linebacker KeShun Freeman has always had Georgia Tech as one of his favorites along with Tennessee. Freeman visited Tech today and at the end of the visit he became the fourth defensive commit in the 2014 class for Tech.
"I've had Georgia Tech high on my list for long time. Today my parents and I went to Georgia Tech's cookout and we talked about what Georgia Tech offered as a football school and more importantly an academic school." KeShun told his parents that he had been praying a lot the past few weeks and everything pointed to Georgia Tech.
"Everything is perfect. It is a great academic school that can give me a good start in life." Freeman loves the city of Atlanta, and the coaches, players, current commits, and students made him feel at home. Another thing that Freeman likes is that Georgia Tech is a good football team that has its sights on improving. "The coaches told me that they were implementing some great changes on both sides of the ball and I would be a big part of it on defense."
Freeman gave Coach Paul Johnson the good news first. "He said, "Finally, I can breathe. I am glad to have you on board." Freeman and Coach Johnson then went and told the other coaches. "They were all excited about me making my commitment and really showed how much they cared for me."
The first recruit to know of Freeman's commit was linebacker commit Tre Jackson. "He came running over and said, "Man this is fantastic. First we showed them who we are in the Rising Senior Bowl and now we will show them who we are the next four years at Georgia Tech."
Freeman and Jackson then called recruit Malkom Parrish. "We told him and he was all excited and said he was very happy to see me committing to Georgia Tech. I think that me , Tre, and Malkom will be good friends for a long time." Freeman feels that Malkom will also be committing to Georgia Tech.
KeShun is now finished with his recruitment. "I told my dad about all the decommits from last year in college football and said that once I commit I will not be one that changes his mind. I am through and very, very happy to be a Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket. No worries about me looking elsewhere. I am done."