Two New Offers for Canteen

Eastern Christian (Elkton, Md.) receiver Freddy Canteen added two new offers at camps this week. Canteen, who added Tennessee and Michigan offers this week, will visit Rutgers and Maryland heading into the weekend.

Rutgers led for Eastern Christian (Elkton, Md.) receiver Freddy Canteen going into a busy June visit period. Still high on the Scarlet Knights, Canteen is thinking about slowing down his recruitment after picking up Michigan and Tennessee offers at camps this week.

"I don't know about a leader," Canteen said. "Rutgers is still high, very high up of course, but it makes you think a lot more with more offers. Probably I'll slow things down a little bit."

Canteen will visit Rutgers tomorrow with his father, who has never seen the campus. He recently took his mother to campus for the first time and she liked it so much she wanted him to commit.

"It's not really different except I'm going with my dad this time," Canteen said. "That's pretty much why I'm taking my trip up this week, so he can get a look at the school and look around as well."

Canteen received a Michigan offer yesterday, where he was a top performer at the Wolverines' camp.

"It was a really great camp," he said. "It felt great to sit in the office and get [the offer]. It's just the vision God has for me and I just have to keep playing my game."

Tennessee came into the picture for Canteen earlier this week. With teammate Neiko Creamer already committed, the Volunteers offered Canteen and teammate Jamie Herr.

"That was another great experience," Canteen said. "It's the same thing. I've been working hard and it feels great to be rewarded. It's a great school."

Canteen will be at Maryland Saturday where his 7-on-7 team is a favorite led by coach Dwayne Thomas

"He's had a real impact on me," Canteen said of his head coach and trainer. "He's a great mentor and he's helped me and my development a lot. He always has great advice and he's there for you to push you to where you need to be."

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