Harvard pulled in its potential point guard of the future on Friday as Class of 2018 lead guard Spencer Freedman pledged to the Crimson.
The 6-foot-1 Freedman was fourth in the Nike EYBL in assists per game this spring at 6.2 per contest as he’s one of the best passers in the class. Equipped with a very high natural basketball IQ, Freedman also averaged 11.9 points per game while shooting 46 percent from three-point range this spring with Cal Supreme.
By landing Freedman, Harvard beat some high-major programs like USC and Washington for his services as head coach Tommy Amaker has another quality guard who can run an offense. Some major national analysts view Freedman as a top-100 prospect, so Harvard has once again landed a potentially elite talent for the Ivy League.