Freeney ready for wild ride
DE Paul Freeney would love to continue his rodeo roping career, along with playing for the Texas A&M Aggies.
- When was the last time a heavily recruited high school football player was forced to make a decision between playing college football and rodeo.
Despite living in the North Houston area, Paul Freeney became addicted to horse riding and roping as a young man. Now he owns a horse and tries to spend every free moment he can practicing rodeo stunts. Of course, I wouldn't be writing about Paul if he wasn't one of the nation's premier high school football players.
The 6-foot-4, 248-pound defensive end from Aldine (Eisenhower), Texas, doesn't really have to make a choice between chasing quarterbacks or chasing steers. However, he would certainly love to continue his rodeo roping career while playing for the Texas A&M Aggies.
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