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Carlos Freeman faxes in letter of intent to WSU

The offensive lineman from Oklahoma makes his commitment to the Cougars official.


Carlos Freeman, a consensus three-star recruit and the No. 25-rated center according to Scout, has faxed in his letter of intent to Washington State on National Signing Day 2013. Freeman, who played for Midwest City High School in Oklahoma City, Okla., chose WSU over Dartmouth and Utah State, the two other finalists for his services.

Freeman played left tackle in high school, but is seen as an interior player in college. He also is rated the No. 66 guard by ESPN and No. 91 guard by 247sports. He joins a class of offensive linemen that can only be described as huge -- both in the sheer number of recruits and the stature of the individuals in the class.

Freeman suffered a knee injury wrestling in his junior year, causing him to come into his senior year a bit overweight. But as you can see from his video highlight page, he doesn't appear to be suffering any lingering effects, despite coming into his senior year a bit heavier than he would have liked.

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