The Brother Rice (Ill.) 6-3, 180-pound combo guard was hardly an unknown prior to the Kingwood Classic, but his play was so impressive that North Carolina coach Roy Williams put forth an offer less than 24 hours after the tournament ended.
Frasor has turned down numerous schools lately, including Florida and N.C. State, but the Tar Heels has earned their way into the mix – with about six other schools vying for his services.
In fact, Frasor took his first official visit – to Marquette – this past weekend.
``I had talked to some other people who made officials and I didn't really go in expecting all that much," he said. "But I really liked it. It was amazing what they did. The highlight was probably just when they took me to the Bradley Center and took me to a suite and talked to me."
Now Frasor will take a few weeks off before making his only other scheduled official visit – to Stanford on May 21.
Then Frasor, who plans on taking an unofficial visit to Chapel Hill after the Tournament of Champions later this month, will decide which other schools to visit. He'll choose from Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Michigan State.
``Right now, until I make some more visits, I wouldn't say anyone is in front of behind," Frasor said. "I'd say they're all even."