In October, five-star junior Allerik Freeman “trimmed” his list to a top 12. After a couple quiet months on the recruiting front, Freeman cut his list on Thursday afternoon.
Freeman, ranked No. 14 in the class of 2013, is down to two: Villanova and Kansas.
“Great coaches, great programs,” Freeman told CBSSports.com. “They’re recruiting me the hardest and I feel the most comfortable with these two.”
Freeman is a strong 6-foot-4 guard from Olympic (N.C.) who improved drastically last spring and summer. He uses his body to score around the rim, and he’s a good playmaker with the pass or when running the break. Freeman also expanded his game to include a more consistent jump shot and 3-point shot.
Right now, ‘Nova and Kansas are neck and neck -- and he doesn't have plans to make a decision.
"I don't have a timetable," Freeman said. "Just whenever the time is right.
“They are both even."