Pros and Cons
- exclusive content
- high-def videos
- bonus sites
- no longer updating
- small collection
- no high-res pics
NOTE: You can still access the content on the Team Skeet network.
I look back at my freshman year of college with great fondness. Back then, I was having a blast, partying all the time and having a lot of sex. Although not that much has changed since then, I'd still love to go back in time and relive those days. Her Freshman Year is a website that sort of allows me to do that.
With videos that are filmed mostly POV style, HerFreshmanYear allows you to picture yourself as the one the cute college coeds are going down on and having sex with. There are 20 movies. They can all be streamed as full-length scenes in embedded Flash and Windows Media players and saved in QuickTime, MPEG, MP4 and WMV files.
You can always expect high-def playback from one or two of the options. You can enjoy the vids as clips as well, but you don't get as many download options. There are also "best of" movies that highlight some of the action, which is ideal if you want to transfer something to your mobile device that doesn't take up too much space.
The videos begin with the chick arriving at the cameraman's house and sitting down for an interview. After the usual round of questions, she gradually gets naked and is put to work sucking his dick and then fucking. A little beyond the 30-minute mark, the babe gets a cumshot in her mouth and the scene comes to a satisfying end.
Each video comes with a photo gallery. You can view the images in a slideshow and download them to your computer in Zip files. The photos look good and with an average of about 250 shots per gallery, they are rather plentiful in number.
There hasn't been an update since 2011, so I think we can safely assume the collection is done growing. At any rate, you can check out the rest of the Team Skeet network, which includes 18 more sites, like Innocent High, The Real Workout, Oye Loca, Solo Interviews and Titty Attack. In the end, Her Freshman Year has some awesome content, but it's too small to recommend on its own.