Found October 24, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
Next to Jerrell Freeman’s name is “Mary Hardin-Baylor”-indicating the school which he played his college football. But its not just a long name for the well known Big 12 university, one that produced 2011 Heisman Trophy Winner RG3. Indeed Mary Hardin-Baylor is its own school in Belton, Texas and has about 2,800 students. Its a Christian school located in the central part of the state whose football reputation is still a work in progress. “It was an all girls school actually back in the day,” said Freeman when talking about the history of his alma mater, but it became a full co-educational school in 1971. He was in high school when the Crusaders sports programs joined the NCAA in 1999 and a freshman when the football program made it to the Division III national championship. Now as a member of the Colts, he might be able to add some more to Mary Hardin Baylor’s growing profile. Freeman has filled in for injured Pat Angerer at  middle linebacker. The starter broke his foot against the...
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