Jonathan David Freeman Jr.
Debated anything, from music to Deflategate
He’d walk into physics class just as it was about to begin, a smile on his face and red Gatorade in his hand. He always helped lighten the mood for his peers, despite his own AP-filled schedule at Allderdice High School.
This ambition extended far beyond the classroom; he programmed an app addressing media bias, read books with fervor and had a passion for sports broadcasting. When he was with Kingston Cox, a childhood friend, they debated anything — from Kendrick Lamar (brilliant) to the Deflategate controversy (a “witch hunt” he called it).