Frazier is ready to breakout

Little known in the state of Florida, Trent Frazier is ready to see his stock explode.

The Best of the South event is always one of the best places to find under the radar players in the south. This year one player who absolutely outplayed his reputation was class of 2017 Wellington Wolves product Trent Frazier.

Frazier is a highly athletic and skilled guard who brings a lot of energy to the table. Though he is slightly undersized, he has long arms, and a tremendous ability to make plays.

“It has been a good summer,” said Frazier of his play. “There are a lot of good teams here. We played pretty well overall as a team, and individually I think I did well.”

At around 6-foot-1, Frazier plays a combo guard role. With that he is asked to score and create for others, and he knows there is one part of his game to pay particular attention to.

“I am working on my mid-range right now and my shooting off the dribble,” said Frazier. “With all of the big guys I am facing I know I have to work on my mid-range game.”

So far three schools have really stepped up and offered Frazier a scholarship.

“I have Stephen F. Austin, North Florida, and Middle Tennessee,” noted Frazier.

For now Frazier is just beginning his recruiting process, but he does know what he will be looking for in a school.

“I want to go to a college that is up tempo,” said Frazier. “I am used to the fast paced speed of the game. I am just looking to get up and down and compete against the best of the best.”

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