Bluechip Prospect to Check Out Tigers

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Springdale, Ark.--Kiehl Frazier, who is rated as the No. 4 quarterback prospect in the country for the 2011 signee class by, is expected to make a return visit to the Auburn campus this weekend to check out Coach Gene Chizik's Tigers.

A 6-3, 215-pounder who will be a senior this fall, he led Shiloh Christian to a state championship as a junior putting up huge numbers along the way. Frazier passed for 3,817 yards and 48 touchdowns and rushed for 14 more touchdowns and 764 yards.

This is his second unofficial visit to Auburn this year. In January he was on the AU campus for a junior day.

Frazier, who is an honor student, is familiar with Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn, who was head coach at Shiloh Christian from 1996-2000 before becoming head coach at Springdale, Ark., High from 2001-2006.

Kiehl Frazier has been a star quarterback for Shiloh Christian the past two seasons.

Malzahn then moved to the college coaching ranks and became offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas for a season before heading to Tulsa for two years as offensive coordinator. He joined Chizik's staff at Auburn for the 2009 season and led a major turnaround for the AU offense.

Frazier says he is seriously considering Auburn because he believes the Tigers are a program on the rise and adds, "I also like Coach Malzahn's offense. It is exciting and everywhere he goes his teams set records."

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