Cuero, Texas offensive tackle Justin Freeman has been holding on to his first scholarship offer from Houston for sometime now. The talented lineman is now looking for more from schools that have been sending him mail and his early favorites.
So far, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State appear to be ahead of the others. One of those schools is the clear cut top school for the 6-foot-3, 259-pound Freeman.
"Texas A&M is the top school for me," Freeman said. "It's just the tradition and I've always wanted to go there. It would be cool to play football at A&M. I also like Oklahoma State. They've been sending me the most mail about how I'd look good in a Cowboy uniform."
Freeman, who says most schools are recruiting him as an offensive tackle, has not been to any camps since the NIKE event in College Station. He's planning on changing that with an upcoming camp.
"I'm going to the mini-camp at Texas A&M on June 16," Freeman said. "It will be fun. I'd like to have a decision made before the season starts and I'm trying to get to as many places as possible."
Freeman was an all-district selection as a junior.