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Allerik Freeman, 2013 Guard, Sets Up Pair of Visits

At 6-foot-4, Allerik Freeman has been one of the most highly sought-after recruits within the class of 2013.

Freeman’s recruitment blew up in the summer of 2011 as many high-major programs continued to get on board for the services of the Charlotte, N.C. native.

Freeman, who cut his list down five finalists earlier in the summer, is considering Duke, UCLA, Ohio State, Villanova and Kansas.

On Thursday, Freeman tweeted out a pair of visits that he now has lined up during the month of September.

The shooting guard will visit UCLA on Sept. 7 and then Ohio State on Sept. 14: [blackbirdpie url=""]

Freeman’s talent level exceeds most combo guards and his ability to play either wing makes him a valuable asset for whichever school he decides to attend.

ESPN lists Freeman at No. 51 overall among his class of 2013 teammates while Rivals pins him at No. 39.

Despite originally hailing from the east coast, Freeman made the decision to attend Findlay Prep (Nev.) for the remainder of his days at the high school level. One of the top prep schools in the country, Findlay has an immense amount of talent, and Freeman fits that bill and the roster to perfection.

Freeman ran with the Boo Williams programs on the AAU circuit.

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