2009: Saw action in 8 games as a reserve... Finished year with 6 solos and 5 assists for 11 total stops... Also broke up 2 passes and forced a fumble... Notched season-best 5 tackles (4-1-5) plus the forced fumble (of Omar Kizzie) vs. Winston-Salem State.
2008: Played in 4 games, including 3 starts at strong safety... Tallied 8 tackles (4 solos, 4 assists), 2 pass break-ups and an interception... First career pick came in final minutes of Portland State game... Had 3 stops in that contest, matching season-high total from San Jose State game... Did not play last seven games due to injury sustained in Northeastern game... Broke up passes to NU's Greg Abelli and Brian Mandeville.
2007: Appeared in 7 games as a reserve, recording 5 total tackles (3 solos, 2 assists)... Posted 1-2-3 tackles chart vs. Sacramento State.
2006: Redshirted... Voted as team's Scout Defense Player of the Week following North Dakota State game.
MOUNT MIGUEL HS '06: Named to All-Grossmont Conference (South League) first team as a quarterback and second team as a defensive back last season... Also earned All-East County honors as a DB and was a second-team All-San Diego Section pick at DB... Threw for 1,500 yards and 12 touchdowns... Rushed for 450 yards and 6 TDs and added 43 tackles on defense... Both ran and threw for 800 yards as a junior, earning second-team all-league accolades... Also a member of track and field team, competing in sprints.
PERSONAL: Born in Manila, The Philippines... Majoring in community & regional development... Parents are Michael & Gigi Freeman... Lists a sixth-place finish at Southern Section track meet as his career sports highlight... Proudest personal accomplishment was qualifying for Alex Spanos North vs. South high school all-star game.
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