Freddie's performance at the camp led to an offer from Tech. They will leave it up to Freddie to decide which side of the bll he feels more comfortable.
Booth-Lloyd feels that he played well at the camp. "I performed my drills and they pointed out what I was doing great and showed me a couple of techniques to improve an area of weakness for me. All in all I really liked the camp a lot."
In addition to attending the camp, Freddie also had a chance to tour the campus. "I really liked the players lounge, locker rooms, meeting rooms and the practice facility. They were all top notch facilities." As is the case with most recruits that visit Tech, Booth-Lloyd was impressed with the campus recreation facility (CRC).
Coach Paul Johnson met with Freddie to let him know how much they want him at Tech. The offense and defense coaches all want Freddie on their side of the ball. "Coach Johnson said he would let me work both ways until we all felt which side was best for me and the team if I decided to come to Georgia Tech."
Booth-Lloyd weighs in at 6'1"-301. He recently ran a 4.9 forty. "My size and quickness can fit either side of the ball. It doesn't matter to me as long I can get on the field and play."
The visit to Tech put them in the picture with Booth-Lloyd. "They are high on my list of schools." Freddie had a cousin that graduated from Tech which also is a factor in his taking a strong look at Tech.
A decision on his college choice will probably not come for another six weeks. "I want to make a commitment before my senior year starts so I can enjoy my last year at Cocoa High School (FLA)."