Frazier passed for nearly 100 yards, rushed for 60 more and accounted for three touchdowns while leading Shiloh Christian over Fayetteville 42-23 Monday night in a preseason scrimmage.
The Saints raced to a 35-3 halftime lead and were never really headed in a match-up that featured Frazier (6-3, 212) and Brandon Allen (6-2, 190), two junior quarterbacks that have already been offered scholarships by the University of Arkansas.
"We didn't know how good we were going to do because we hadn't played in a while," Frazier said. "But we came out here, our line blocked really well and we executed. It was a big plus getting us ready for (season-opening foe Shreveport) Evangel."
Unofficially, Allen – who got his offer from Arkansas two weeks ago on the same day that his buddy Fraizer was offered - ended the night 30-of-40 passing for 266 yards with one interception.
The two teams had split a pair of 7-on-7 contests this summer, but this was not much of a contest after the opening quarter.
"We have got to execute on offense better," Allen said. "We missed some blocks, I missed some passes, had some drops. We have just got to get better all around."
Frazier raced 51 yards for a score on his team's first series and then tossed TD passes of 7 and 2 yards on the following two possessions to give the Saints a 21-3 lead early in the second quarter.
On the fourth series, he simply handed off to junior tailback Garrett Harper and watched him on an electric 71-yard TD run.
Frazier was 9-of-13 passing for 97 yards and had three carries for 60 yards in his night's work.
"I thought I did pretty well," Frazier said. "I thought I did some things well. I probably need to work on my accuracy a little bit and put a bit more zip on the ball, but overall I was pretty pleased with how I played."
So was Shiloh head coach Josh Floyd, who is pleased with the progress Frazier has made from the end of his sophomore season to now.
"Kiehl is a different quarterback," Floyd said. "You can see he has a lot of God-given ability, but I think the thing that he has done is work extremely hard in the film room, in meetings and just understanding the offense. I thought he came out here and was very commanding of the offense…I think confidence is the word. He is just so much more confident in what he is doing."
Harper's TD was also the last play of the night for Frazier, who was tackled way behind the play.
Frazier had thrown a block at one point during the run and was then tackled several seconds later in an act that resulted in a personal foul.
"There is some emotion when we play Fayetteville, but it is fun because you know it is going to be intense and it is going to be physical," Frazier said. "I don't know if it is really a rivalry because we don't get to play them that much, but it is fun whenever we do play."
Frazier was quick to point out how well the Saints' defense played against a team that has Allen and D-1 prospects in receivers Demetrius Dean, Josh Hale and Michael Heintzman.
"They played incredible because of all the athletes Fayetteville has," Frazier said. "They have so many D-1 athletes it's amazing. To hold them to three points in one half is just an incredible job."
Allen showed off his running ability on the scrimmage's opening possession with a 40-yard run to the Shiloh 1, but that was called back because of illegal procedure.
"We were moving the ball pretty well and we had one play where I almost scored where we had a penalty call it back," Allen said. "That kind of put us down, but we should have scored on that drive and it was kind of letdown."
Allen made it clear who his leader was, but also that his mind was on the upcoming season, which begins when Fayetteville plays Little Rock Central at War Memorial Stadium next Monday.
"Arkansas is my first choice and the offer was definitely good for me," Allen said. "But I haven't really thought it."
Frazier, who has offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Tulsa and Western Michigan, also has an affinity for the Razorbacks.
"It is exciting to get it because I am an Arkansas fan and I am really hoping they do well this year and exceed expectations," Frazier said. "It was fun to get it, but I am not really thinking about anything until my senior year."