Saginaw 2020 Guard Freddie McIntosh attends the same school as greats such as Anthony Roberson, Darvin Ham, and even back-to-back NBA Champ Draymond Green was once a Trojan.
The next generation of greats to come out of Saginaw might start with McIntosh who on Monday night received his first offer to play at the next level from Division II home town school Saginaw Valley.
“Getting the first offer was a big milestone for me,” says McIntosh. “Coming from Saginaw and getting an offer to play college basketball means a lot and I look up to the guys the came before me for motivation. If they can do I can do it.”
McIntosh finished his AAU season with The Program this past weekend in Las Vegas and now McIntosh has a couple month break from games but says that won’t stop him from being in the gym from now until November.
“I’m going to be in the gym a lot doing two-a-days, morning and afternoon workouts getting ready for my junior season. I’m also going to run cross country in the fall again for Saginaw to keep in shape for basketball.”
McIntosh brings a lot of tools to the table as player with great vision, a solid scorer and lock down defending.
Some other schools McIntosh has been in contact with are Northern Illinois, Holy Cross, and Miami-OH.
McIntosh faces a huge junior season where he could get the attention of D1 college coaches and returns to try and improve upon a 10-10 season a year ago while also averaging 10 points, 10 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals a game at Saginaw High.