General: Has a very good feel for the game...comfortable around the basket and has a jump shot out to 15 feet...has a high basketball IQ.
2013-14: Played in 28 games, making eight starts...averaged 1.2 points in 6.7 minutes per game ...blocked a shot in the loss to Army (3/1)...scored six points and grabbed four rebounds at Boston (2/8)...grabbed five rebounds in the win over Navy (2/1)...had two points, three rebounds and two steals at American (1/18)...scored four points, had three boards and two blocks at Loyola (1/13)...made his first start of the year in the loss to Boston (1/11)...scored six points in 14 minutes against Bucknell (1/8)...set a new career-high with seven rebounds at Navy (1/5)...grabbed four rebounds and blocked two shots against Army (1/2)...scored a career-high eight points and set a new career-high with two blocks at Seton Hall (12/27)...scored four points, grabbed two rebounds and had an assist against Immaculata (12/17).
2012-13: Played in 20 games, making one start...scored two points in the win over Bucknell (2/16)...made his first-career start against Army (2/13)...dished out his first-career assist against Colgate (1/30)...blocked his first-career shot at Bucknell (1/19)...netted two points in the win over Arcadia (12/18)...scored four points in 12 minutes at Kentucky (11/16).
High School: Spent a post-graduate year at Suffield Academy in Suffield, Conn. during the 2011-12 school year...averaged 11.0 points per game and served as captain for a 14-8 team which competed in the prestigious New England Prep School Athletic Conference...achieved All-NEPSAC Third-Team honors...enjoyed a decorated career at Montgomery and was a four-year starter...1,000-point scorer...North Bay League MVP and garnered Bay Area honorable mention recognition while leading his team to a 28-4 record and league and North Coast Section titles as a senior...named All-NBL First Team as a junior while guiding Montgomery to a 24-8 mark...earned NBL honorable mention status as a sophomore.
Personal:Son of Bradley and Lori Freeland . . . has a younger sister, Megan . . . born on Dec. 22, 1992.
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