Frazier talks schools

Five-star Keith Frazier is trying to narrow his focus on the recruiting trail.

During the recent Reebok Training Summit, five-star wing Keith Frazier showed off his impressive talent level against some top NBA players. Now the 6-foot-5 shooter is looking forward to his senior season and also is taking a strong look at his recruitment.

At the Reebok Training Summit, Frazier put his skills to the test against NBA players such as John Wall, Jameer Nelson, and Jason Terry. For Frazier it was a good experience and one that he learned from.

"It was really a lot of fun to get your work in with NBA players and to compete against them," said Frazier. "It was just a lot of fun and a great experience for me."

During the summer Frazier ran with both the Houston Hoops in the EYBL and DJH5 in other events. He feels he had a good summer, and now his recruitment is starting to become more intense.

"I got a new school in Florida," Frazier said. "I really like Florida a lot. They are at least top two or top three right now. I still have Texas A&M involved big, SMU involved, and Arizona is still in the mix."

According to Frazier he likes what he could build with the Gators, who already have two other blue chip pledges.

"I just feel that I could get something going with Kasey Hill and Chris Walker down there," Frazier explained. "I feel I could fit in at the two over there, and I am just trying to see where I fit."

With SMU, not only is it in Frazier's hometown, but he likes the idea of being coached by Larry Brown.

"I feel like I could put my city on the map, and being coached by a legend like Coach Brown it would be a good experience," he said of SMU.

Texas A&M has been on Frazier as long as any school, and they continue to make him a priority recruit.

"A&M, I am real close with Coach (Billy) Kennedy and their whole coaching staff," Frazier explained. "Also I am real close with J-Mychal Reese and I have known him since I was a freshman. I feel I could really get it going down there."

When it comes to Arizona, the Wildcats have been at or near the top of Frazier's list for a while, and he likes the program a lot.

"Coach Sean Miller is a nice guy, and that whole coaching staff is on me hard as well," said Frazier. "I have been down there with Nick Johnson and Brandon Ashley, and I feel like I could go down there and make an impact with them also."

Currently Frazier is still trying to set up visits, and hopes to have a decision following his senior basketball season.

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