6-foot-2, 185-pound junior Aaron Frazier has collected offers from Arizona, Charlotte, Toledo, Ohio, Appalachian State, Purdue and Wake Forest.
The wide receiver says that right now two schools stand out.
"Arizona and Purdue are probably my favorites," said Frazier. "I did some research on both of them. I think I'd be comfortable there."
The Hilton Head Island (S.C.) rising senior says he's been hearing from several other new schools.
"Missouri, North Carolina and Illinois have been talking to me," he said.
Frazier says he doesn't plan on making his commitment until after his final season. He says he's going to take all five of his official visits and already knows where he's heading.
"After the season I'm taking official visits to Arizona, Missouri, Ohio, Toledo and Wake Forest. I might also take an unofficial visit to Ohio State," he said.
Speaking of the Buckeyes, Frazier attended their first camp of the summer.
"The camp was pretty good. There was a lot of good competition. I definitely got better. There were a lot of big guys, and even though I'm not that big I think I did pretty well," he said.
While Frazier still has a few months before he makes his commitment, he does know what he's looking for in a school.
"I want somewhere that fits me and feels like home. A place where I feel comfortable. Distance won't be a factor," he said.
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