Aldine (Texas) Eisenhower four-star and Rivals100 defensive end Paul Freeney has been a long-time Texas A&M commitment, so he definitely had some strong opinions on this weekend’s game between rivals Texas and Texas A&M.
“A&M did really good until the second half when Texas got a couple of lucky plays,” Freeney, who is 6-foot-3 and 229 pounds, said.
“I guess next year, we’re just going to have to be better. We’re going to have a top five recruiting class, and we’re going to have a top five team next year. We’re going to make sure that doesn’t happen anymore.”
With comments like that, there is little doubting Freeney’s commitment status with the Aggies.
“It’s really quieted down,” Freeney said. “A few teams still try to call, but I don’t even answer their calls. There is nothing that’s going to change my mind from A&M. That’s where I’m going.”
It’s also where he’s going this upcoming weekend. Freeney said he’s scheduled to visit Texas A&M this upcoming weekend with his mother.
“She’s really looking forward to it,” he said. “I know I am, too.”
Freeney helped his team to the first round of the Texas state playoffs, however, it lost in that game to Cy Falls.