Cuero, Texas is home to several top Division I prospects for the class of 2007 and offensive tackle Justin Freeman is certainly on that list.
Starting on varsity this past season as a junior, he has spent most of his time at the tackle position even since his junior high days. Freeman's aggressive run-blocking has garnered him recruiting interest from the likes of Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Houston and others.
"Things have really been picking up," Freeman said. "I've been really trying to get down my pass-blocking, but as of right now I've been doing well. I've always played tackle, so I'm familiar with the position."
Freeman says that Houston and OSU have been the two schools recruiting him the hardest. Those two, along with Texas A&M are his current favorites.
"I just know people that have gone to A&M, so that's always been a favorite of mine," Freeman said. "I don't know why I like Oklahoma State, but maybe it's because they've been seeking me out so hard. Houston, we had J.T. Rudd sign with them from last year, so it would be cool to play with him again."
Freeman plans on camping at Texas A&M this summer and making it to a remaining junior day or two this spring.
It appears the Aggies are already in strong position.
"It's a big great school," Freeman said about A&M. "I'd love to play for them. If you go there, it's really an accomplishment I think."
Freeman was an all-district selection as a junior.