Frazier makes move, has plenty of interest

Keith Frazier is adjusting well to a recent transfer and college interest continues to pour in for the 2013 talented shooting guard.

It isn't taking Keith Frazier long to fit in at Dallas (Tex.) Kimball.

"I thought it was going to be hard, but it really wasn't," Frazier told " I felt more comfortable here than I did at Irving."

Frazier, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, transferred from Irving to Kimball just prior to his junior season.

"I like it a lot," he said of his new school. "I feel like I'm fitting in pretty good. I'm getting the shots I expected so I like it a lot."

"I love it," he added. "It's like basketball nation around here."

One of the elite scorers in the 2013 class, Frazier has terrific size, a nice looking jump shot from mid to long range and is an impressive overall athlete.

"I'm a pretty good shooter and I think I can get to the lane," Frazier said. "I feel like I can score whenever I feel like it. I feel like I can score whenever I touch the ball. I can work on my left hand a little bit more. I know I'm a elite scorer."

Ranked among the nation's top 25 recruits, it is no surprise Frazier has interest from schools across the country.

Frazier said Arizona, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Marquette, Baylor, Texas and Villanova have shown interest. He also mentioned that North Carolina has sent him a couple of letters.

When asked who was standing out, Frazier mentioned Texas A&M, Houston and Baylor. He also briefly discussed his recent trip to Arizona for the Blue/Red game prior to the season.

"I went to Arizona," he said. "I like Arizona. Arizona was fun. It was cool."

With the season here there won't be many opportunities to take college visits, but he is planning a trip to Houston.

"I know I'm going to go to Houston in a little while, but other than that I don't really know yet."

With all that said, Frazier has made it clear he isn't in a hurry with the recruiting process.

"I'm going to take my time and probably wait until my senior year."

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