Friday, March 2, 2012

Olympic star Allerik Freeman narrows college choices to Kansas, Villanova

Olympic High boys basketball star Allerik Freeman will play college at Kansas or Villanova.

Trojans basketball coach Ty Baumgardner said his 6-foot-3 junior guard had narrowed his choices to those two schools. Freeman has more than 30 college offers and is ranked among the nation's top 20 recruits by ESPN.

Freeman had previously indicated he would narrow to five schools from a list of 13 after the season ended. Olympic (28-2), No. 1 in the Observer's Sweet 16 poll, lost 78-57 to West Charlotte in the N.C. 4A regional semifinals Tuesday.

6 comments:

hollister sale said...

I don't quite understand what you mean,trouble again to explain,especially...

Anonymous said...

Allerik...depending on your goals..here is some advice. Don;t pick Villanova they are doing major rebuilding. Kansas would be the obvious choice. Whats up with Duke or North Carolina? Can someone help me understand why Roy Williams and even coach K pass on over so many NC kids? There is great talent in the Carolinas and they keeping going else where.

Anonymous said...

Allerik...depending on your goals..here is some advice. Don;t pick Villanova they are doing major rebuilding. Kansas would be the obvious choice. Whats up with Duke or North Carolina? Can someone help me understand why Roy Williams and even coach K pass on over so many NC kids? There is great talent in the Carolinas and they keeping going else where.

Anonymous said...

Allerik...depending on your goals..here is some advice. Don;t pick Villanova they are doing major rebuilding. Kansas would be the obvious choice. Whats up with Duke or North Carolina? Can someone help me understand why Roy Williams and even coach K pass on over so many NC kids? There is great talent in the Carolinas and they keeping going else where.

Anonymous said...

Langston,
Where is Gladden going to play next year? I just wondered because he is CMS's latest "exception" to the fair play rule and seems to go play wherever he wants.

CMS implements a fee for kids to play sports, they make participants sign fair play statements and then continue to allow a chosen few to cheat. I would be interested in knowing if that is legal. Can you charge a fee for ALL athletes to have a chance to play for a championship all the while knowing that the elite representatives have been chosen beforehand?

Just wondering.

Anonymous said...

Allerik--Come to CLEMSON and be a 4 year starter on a team loaded with young talent and a coach who will teach you how to play the game correctly. All it takes is one brave step to start a journey into stardom...bring it & they will come with you.