Arm Strength: 70-75 yard capabilities...kid has a gun! And he used that gun to thread the needle more than a few times. If you were to nit-pick his game, Freeman needs to develop a little more touch which is often said about kids sportin' cannons, so that's not really a surprise. And he has a big wind-up, but also showed he could shorten his delivery when needing to get the ball out quicker.
Decision-making: I was very impressed with his ability to find the open man. Really got a kick out of the Brownwood QB's propensity to find/hit the man in the back of the end zone. He did this quite a bit. The 4-star bluechipper can also spot a wideout breaking open as fast as anyone. And then of course, given his missile arm, he wastes little time getting it there.
Athleticism: Behind only Bobby Reid in this department, Freeman has plenty of mobility for the position, even showing off that aspect of his game while playing safety during 7-on-7s. Of course, Freeman clocked a 4.62 at the Texas Nike camp in College Station while ripping off a sub-4.0 shuttle time, so the kid can get it.
Another note: Freeman played both ways throughout the tournament.
BOTTOM LINE: Based on what I saw of Freeman, you can expect him to climb up the Texas Top 100 rankings. Killer arm strength, very accurate, extremely mobile and a ton of ability. Miami got itself a good one.