At around 6-foot-4 and possessing long arms, Fraser gets to the rim well and can even play some in a point guard role. While that won’t be his future, that will come as a playmaking wing, Fraser can handle pressure and is excellent when working with time and space off of ball screens. On the defensive end of the floor Fraser shows significant potential. He has the ability to defend virtually any position one through four, and then also will rebound and push the break. On the recruiting side of things Fraser mentioned Georgia Tech, Iowa, James Madison, and DePaul. Iowa boss Fran McCaffery was in attendance to watch Faser on Wednesday night.
NY2LA: Marquell Fraser
While U-Play Canada is headlined by Nolan Narain, their top performer on Wednesday night was clearly Marquell Fraser. The athletic and tough Fraser is an extremely versatile prospect, and someone who brings a unique game to the table.
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