Fraser brings elite toughness to court

One of the more versatile and unique guard prospects in the class is Marquell Fraser.

In the age of positionless basketball, a player such as Marquell Fraser has added value. Not a kid who profiles as a true point guard, Fraser does have point guard skills, and can also play on the wing.

“I am playing well,” said Fraser of the summer. “The recruiting is coming along, and our team chemistry is getting better. We are coming together as a team, and trying to finish the summer strong.”

He continued, “I’ve been working on my jump shot a lot so I can be prepared for my senior year in high school.”

Recruiting wise Fraser has continued to add interest and schools from all levels are working hard to get involved in his recruitment.

“I’ve been hearing from Georgia Tech, Minnesota, Bradley, DePaul, Iowa, James Madison, and a lot more,” noted Fraser.

He continued, “I am planning a couple of visits. I am probably going to visit DePaul and Georgia Tech, but my recruiting is open. After July I will see what schools come along and decide where I want to visit.”

For now Fraser is in no hurry to make his college decision, and wants to get more information on all of the schools involved in his recruitment, but he does know what he is looking for in a program.

“I am looking for development,” explained Fraser. “It is all about development for me. I am looking for a school that can help me get to the next level.”

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