Freeman announced his offer from Texas-San Antonio on his Twitter page late yesterday.
The offer from the Roadrunners joins the one he already had from Southern Mississippi.
As a freshman for the Bears last season, Freeman posted 37 tackles and two tackles-for-loss while playing the three-technique.
"I have a good motor and I play with passion," Freeman told JCFootball.com back in March. "My first step is my biggest asset and I think that and my hands, the way I use them, and my good feet allow me to get after the quarterback and to cause mismatches up front."
As a prep, Freeman enjoyed a solid career at Ville Platte (La.) High School, but he was unable to qualify for a scholarship from a four-year school.
"When I visited here, I just felt at home," Freeman recalled. "I liked the small town feel and the program here just felt like the right fit for me."
Freeman is on pace to graduate in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2017 football season.