The Duke Basketball program puts out a lot of feelers and they are currently evaluating a lot of players. Al Freeman (6-4 SG, Olympic HS in Charlotte, N.C.) is one of the highest rated guards in the class of 2013 and he said his coach recently heard from Duke Assistant Coach Chris Collins, UCLA and Ohio State. He recently trimmed his list to Kansas and Villanova but said he would still entertaina school that is the right fit. Freeman scored but a single point in his opening game which caused one veteran analyst to say he was the most disappointing player he viewed in the morning session, but he bounced back with 19 in the next game and averaged 9.0 during the Carolina Challenge event which features the top players in the state of North Carolina. BDN Premium caught up with Freeman and got his thoughts on the process.
How are you liking the camp thus far?
I love this camp, it’s my third year here. I got here a little late but just went right in and played in the first game.
If somebody had yet to see you play, how would you describe your game to them if asked?
A big combo guard who looks for his shots as well as teammates and loves to win.
Do you pattern your game or try to emulate
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