Who: No. 7 Freedom-Woodbridge (20-5) vs. No. 1 T.C. Williams (25-3).

When:Saturday, 7 p.m.

Where:Robinson High School.

Coaches:Ahmad Dorsett, Freedom; Ivan Thomas, T.C. Williams.

Top Players:Freedom -- G Cameron Long, 6-4, Sr. (18 ppg); G Jaren Haley, 6-0, Sr. (16 ppg, 60 three-pointers); F Craig Hayes, 6-4, Sr. (10 ppg); F Hugh Rose, 6-5, Jr. (8 ppg). T.C. Williams -- G Glenn Andrews, 6-2, Sr. (17 ppg, 42 three-pointers); F-C Mike Davis, 6-8, Sr. (16.8 ppg).

Scouting Report: A week removed from taking on the top-ranked team in Virginia (an 83-80 loss to George Washington-Danville), the Eagles are set to face The Post's No. 1 team. Just like Freedom, the Northern Region champions are deep and athletic and like to press, but their wild card might be Davis, who is playing his best basketball lately (Freedom does not have a player taller than 6-5).

Davis scored 22 points, blocked two shots, had two assists and added eight rebounds in the Northern Region final against Wakefield last week and was named the tournament MVP.

Long put his full arsenal on display last week on the road against GW-Danville, scoring a season-high 37 points -- with five three-pointers -- amid a hostile crowd. The George Mason signee prefers to be a distributor but is capable of taking over the scoring load in big games.

The Eagles will need to contain the Titans in rebounding and can't afford to give up 20 rebounds to one player as they did to GW-Danville's Reid McKeither. A solid press also can rattle Freedom, especially when its reserves are in, but Long and Haley typically have little trouble solving defensive pressure.

Davis can be baited into foul trouble, but the Titans seem equally adept at playing without him for long stretches because Andrews is their most consistent scorer. They also can go to 6-6 junior Tony Winbush inside. Point guard Walter Smith orchestrates the offense, and if Freedom can keep him from getting the ball to the right players, the Eagles will have a shot at advancing.