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Pat Freiermuth

Pat Freiermuth      TE/H | 6-5 | 250
247Sports ★★★★   ESPN ★★★★   Rivals ★★★★

Selected Penn State over Boston College, Duke, LSU, Maryland, Missouri, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Rutgers, Syracuse, Wake Forest

"Pat has been a dominant player for us for three years. He is a kid who attracted a ton of attention from opposing defenses but he still found a way to make big plays when we needed them. He played his best in our biggest games. As a person, it would have been easy for Pat to get a big head but he has been incredibly humble and is a great teammate. Pat has worked extremely hard to get to this point. Penn State is getting a really talented, hard-working young man. He has been unwavering in his commitment to Penn State for a long time and he can't wait to get to Happy Valley!"

High School: Five-year letterman for head coach Patrick Foley at Brooks School...Was a team captain as a senior...Helped the Bishops to the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class C Championship as a senior with a 7-2 record...Guided Brooks School to a 7-2 record and Independent School League (ISL) Championship as a junior...Led the Bishops to a 10-2 record en route to a Cape Ann League title and North Finals runner-up finish as a freshman...Claimed a first-team spot on USA Today's ALL-USA Massachusetts Football Team as a senior...Named all-state in 2016 as a linebacker...Earned All-New England Class B as a junior and senior...Chosen as NEPSAC Class C Player of the Year and ISL co-MVP...Selected All-New England and All-ISL three times each...Named to Boston Globe's All-Scholastics team as a senior...Was on the Boston Herald Super 25 team as a junior...Named to the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association All-State Super 26 Team as a linebacker in 2016...Collected four Eagle Tribune All-Star honors in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017...Was a three-time Boston Herald All-Star (2015, 2016, 2017)...Named Team MVP as a senior...Had 26 receptions for 613 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior...Registered 20 rushes for 202 yards and five scores, while also recording three defensive touchdowns...Had 27 receptions for 527 yards and six touchdowns as a junior...Posted nine receptions for 189 yards and three scores as a sophomore...Tabbed a four-star recruit by all three major recruiting outlets - 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals...Ranked as the No. 2 player in Massachusetts, No. 13 tight end and No. 323 overall prospect by 247Sports...Ranked as the No. 289 overall prospect, No. 8 tight end, No. 1 in Massachusetts and No. 31 in the region by ESPN...Ranked the No. 148 overall prospect in the country, No. 6 tight end and No. 1 player in Massachusetts by Rivals...Was a four-time letterwinner in basketball as a forward...Selected as the Daily News' Boys Basketball Player of the Year in 2015...Named to the Eagle Tribune Super Team in 2015...Averaged a double-double as a sophomore.

Personal: Full name is Patrick John Freiermuth...Son of Dianne and John Freiermuth...Has one brother, Tim, and one sister, Megan...Father, John, played basketball at St. Anselm...Brother, Tim, was an offensive lineman on the Springfield College football team...Hobbies include writing and hanging out with friends and family...Worked with the Special Olympics basketball foundation...Would like to major in criminal justice...Aspiring to become a college football coach or work in law enforcement...Born October 25, 1998 in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

2018 Signing Day Central