Michigan Football Recruiting: Freddy Canteen (WR) -- 2014 Wolverine Verbal Commit

Posted at 8:00am — 6/30/2013

Michigan Football Recruiting: Freddy Canteen (WR) — 2014 Wolverine Verbal Commit

GBMWolverine Readers: Freddy Canteen verbally committed to Michigan.

Freddy comes from Eastern Christian which hasn’t been allowed to play many football games last season because the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association has refused to sanction Eastern Christian. And without such status, the Honey Badgers have seen their opponents cancel their scheduled games because they are worried that the Maryland Athletic Association will take action against them as well.

There isn’t a lot of stats on Freddy or in this case rankings either because of the limited amount of film on him other than work-outs, camps, 7on7, etc…

Freddy Canteen
Height: 6’3
Weight: 170
Number: 19
Current Position: Wide Receiver
Future Position: Wide Receiver
City/State: Elkton, Maryland
High School: Eastern Christian Academy
Head Coach: Dwayne Thomas
Committed: 6/29/2013
Top 5 other Offers: Hawaii, Maryland, Rutgers, Temple, and Tennessee.
40-Time: 4.43
Class: 2014 Michigan Wolverine Recruiting Class (Verbal Commit).

Rankings:

24/7: .
ESPN: Not Ranked.
Rivals: .
Scout: .

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