The 5-foot-9, 175-pound senior quarterback and defensive back passed for 1,940 yards and 30 touchdowns this past season, leading the Minutemen (9-2) to the Division 1 North Region semifinals. Frelick also rushed for 1,779 yards and 20 TDs, averaging 13.2 yards per carry. Frelick accounted for 3,746 yards of total offense and 51 touchdowns. A two-time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection and a two-time Middlesex League Most Valuable Player pick, he concluded his prep football career with 10,059 yards of total offense and 135 touchdowns.
Frelick has maintained a 3.14 GPA in the classroom. He has verbally committed to play baseball on scholarship at Boston College in the fall of 2018.
He has volunteered locally with the Special Olympics and has donated his time as part of multiple community service initiatives through his church. “In my 28 years coaching, Sal Frelick is the most difficult player I’ve ever defended,” said Bob O’Neil, defensive coordinator of Brockton High. “He’s a once-in-a-generation type player. He has a combination of awareness, intelligence, speed and ball skills.”