Freeman still hearing it

Royce Freeman is one of the top running backs in the 2014 class so even though he's committed it doesn't mean other programs will stop recruiting him.
The 6-foot, 227-pound four-star prospect from Imperial, Calif., has been committed to Oregon since mid-July but he said Florida and USC are mainly the two teams coming after him the hardest.
Even with the continued interest, Freeman said he's pleased with his decision and is not considering any other programs.

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"They just stay in contact and everything," Freeman said. "They keep a bug in my ear. It's nothing too big. Their approach is just talking and trying to get me out to watch a game."
Interest continues to come in but Freeman said he's not looking at others.
The four-star prospect who has already rushed for 1,112 yards and 19 touchdowns on 73 carries this season said his decision is final and he's happy with the Ducks.
Oregon has pounded its competition this season but that's only one factor in his commitment. He also loves the offense and said he fits best there so even a loss probably wouldn't change his choice.
"I'm a solid commit to Oregon," Freeman said. "There's nothing swaying me.
"That's my decision regardless. I know where I want to go. They're playing really well right now also. That's a plus. I want them to keep doing well and take it all."
Rivals.com rates Freeman as the No. 10 running back and the No. 93 prospect in the class.