The 6-foot-4, 190-pounder from Irving (TX) sliced right through the lane and crushed a one-handed jam. Known as a knockdown 3-point shooter, Frazier showed that he has some bounce to go with his shooting stroke.
It is that blend of athleticism an shot making ability that has some of the nation’a elite programs pursuing Frazier.
The Lone Star State standout told The Shiver that Arizona, Texas A&M, Baylor, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma State, and Memphis “are the main ones” on his list right now. He said he holds offers from all of them and has no favorites.
“Hardest right now is A&M and Arizona,” Frazier said of who is coming at him the strongest.
He added of the Aggies and Wildcats coaches, “They’re just real loyal people.”
Other schools certainly have time get their names on the list of those pursuing Frazier the hardest, as he said he will commit “as late as possible.”
On why he wants to wait to make his choice, Frazier remarked, “Just to see who’s gonna leave schools, who’s gonna go to schools.”
Frazier said that he is not concerned about location when it comes to making his college selection. He discussed what he is looking for in a school, though.
“Loyalty, man,” Frazier said. “A school that is gonna be honest with me throughout my college career [and is] just gonna keep it real with me.”
Thus far, Frazier has been on unofficial visits to Arizona, Texas A&M, Texas, and Baylor. He has no other trips scheduled, but he is planning to utilize all five of his available official visits.
Despite the fact that most of the schools on his list come from the Big XII, Frazier is not necessarily set on playing in that conference.
“It’s wherever,” he said. “I don’t really have a certain conference [that I prefer].”
Frazier shared his thoughts on the Kansas Jayhawks, focusing on the man in charge of the program.
“I like coach Bill Self,” Frazier said. “He’s been with me since I was in eighth grade. I respect that a lot.”
The rising senior said he does not know any of the current KU players, but he is familiar with one headed there in the future.
“I know Brannen Greene, [who] is a commit there,” Frazier said of the 6’7 wing from Georgia.
Frazier noted that Greene is not actively recruiting him to go to Kansas as well.
As for the type of player that Kansas is making a run at in Frazier, he said of his main strengths, “I feel it is my scoring. Scoring and passing.”
Frazier added that the main thing he needs to improve is his left hand.
“I don’t compare my game to anybody,” Frazier said when asked about that. “I just play.”