Frazier was bothered by an ankle injury at the recent Nike EYBL, but displayed a quality that every school would want in its players.
"My ankle was bothering me a little bit, but I wanted to play," Frazier said. "I am having fun with my teammates and we had a chance to win our division and do well at Peach Jam."
Frazier is one of the more hotly recruited players in the country and has enjoyed the process up until this point.
"Recruiting is going good right now," Frazier said. "I am happy with all of the schools that are recruiting me. The process has been a lot of fun and I am enjoying being recruited by all of these schools right now."
Although Frazier has a ton of schools recruiting him, he can point to a few that are sticking out in terms of which are recruiting him the hardest.
"Texas A&M, Arizona, Kansas, Texas, Baylor, and a lot of other schools are recruiting me," he said. "The first ones are probably coming after me the hardest though."
As Frazier listens to each school recruiting him, he has a good idea of what he will be looking for in a school.
"I am looking for a coach that will take care of me and that trusts me and I trust him," Frazier said. "I want a school that will help me succeed."
How does Arizona fit in with that?
"Arizona has a great coaching staff and I would have great teammates," Frazier said. "It also has nice facilities and just good people."
In terms of a decision, Frazier is in no rush to end the recruiting process.
"I want to wait as long as possible," he said, "Right now I would say the spring seems the most likely."