Career Highlights
Allerik is a tough, physical combo guard who can score the basketball. He can relentlessly attack the basket to garner scores. He is a guard who can thrive either in the half-court game or up-tempo type of game. Allerik is a deadly shooter who has shown range and great accuracy throughout his college career. Allerik has true NBA three-point range. While he can be the main scorer of any team, when called upon he can play the PG and be the floor general who can be a team’s lead guard. Due to his size and strength Allerik can score on almost any opposing guard. He presents many mismatches to the opposing guards. Allerik also has the body strength to take the ball to the hole and score on anyone. He is a solid scorer off the dribble and excels at scoring on the move. He is also a very good free throw shooter. He is a better athlete than people think and has great strength for a player his size. On the defensive end Allerik can guard 3 positions and can be a lock down defender. He is also a solid rebounder for his size.

In his senior season Allerik led his team in scoring with 16.1ppg and three point percentage 39%. Al was second on the team in steals with 1.2spg. He was also third in assists with 2.6 apg. Allerik had several breakout games during the season; two really stood out as he had 29 points against North Carolina for the win, and he had 36 points, 7rebs, and 3 assists in the NCAA Tournament against Seaton Hall. After a successful senior season Allerik was named to the All-ACC Honorable Mention.

Prior to attending NC State, Allerik played Baylor and was the Bears’ third leading scorer in his junior season with 9.7ppg and shot 39% 3FG. In his sophomore year he started all 34 games, fourth-most games started by a sophomore in program history. He averaged 11.3ppg, 3.4rpg, and 1.7apg. He red shirted his first season at Baylor after suffering a wrist injury.

He played his senior high school season at Findlay Prep in Henderson, NV. He helped The Pilots to a 35-1 record and No.3 National ranking in USA Today.

Allerik was born on October 30, 1994 in Charlotte, N.C. He is the son of Van Freeman and Beth Rem.. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Health and Kinesiology. Allerik’s favorite basketball player is Chris Paul.

“After being recruited by several agents, I finally signed with Scott and Rize because I felt like I could really trust him. So many agents tell you what you want to hear but aren’t telling you the truth. Scott is as real as it gets. Also through the draft process I really felt like he had a great plan in place. Scott and his team have great NBA connections, and from the moment I signed I had several NBA draft workouts. They are not only knowledgeable in the NBA but have great overseas connections if needed.”