Frazier isn’t the tallest player to play in somewhat of a combo guard role, but his physical tools are tremendous. He combines elite, elite athleticism with long arms, a tight handle, and tremendous shooting ability to make himself incredibly difficult to guard. With the basketball Frazier is an absolute jet. He can get baseline to baseline in a hurry, and then his explosion off the floor is at the highest level. Add in the shot making, especially in the mid-range, and Frazier has a ton of natural talent. Recruiting wise Frazier noted Stephen F. Austin, North Florida, and Middle Tennessee. That list will surely expand as he continues to play on the circuit.
Best of the South: Trent Frazier
On a national level not much is known about 2017 guard Trent Frazier from Wellington (Fla). However that should change as July continues to progress. At the Best of the South event Frazier showed his big time ability, and coaches soon will catch up to his talent.
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