GASO: Trent Frazier keeps it going

DUNCANVILLE, Tex. -- After a strong showing during the first July evaluation period, 2017 guard Trent Frazier picked up where he left off at the Great American Shootout on Saturday.

Last week colleague Brian Snow raved about the play of relatively unknown guard Trent Frazier. So he and the Wellington Wolves were a top priority at the Great American Shootout on Saturday.

In two viewings, Frazier, a 6-foot-1 combination guard out of Wellington (Fla.) High, certainly didn’t disappoint.

Frazier scored 32 points, including 26 in the second half, during his morning game. Then against a formidable opponent -- Pro Skills -- Frazier pumped in seven threes on 14 attempts and scored 27 points in a loss.

Shooting appears to be one of Frazier’s biggest strengths. A southpaw, Frazier is confident in his shot and has good range and shot preparation. He makes shots off the catch at a good clip, but also appears to be a good shooter on the move and off the dribble.

Frazier, who showed good speed and athleticism, is a very good ball handler. He’s crafty off the bounce and can slice his way past defenders and into the paint. The wiry guard has good vision and made a couple of impressive passes when he drove the ball.

Frazier mentioned interest from North Florida, Stephen F. Austin and Middle Tennessee State. Murray State head coach Matt McMahon watched him during a morning game, as did a pair of assistants from Florida Atlanta. His evening game featured a whose who of college coaches and with his performance his recruitment will certainly expand.


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