Top Virginia Prospect Will Visit Duke

Woodbridge, Va. running back/linebacker Savion Frazier has racked up three more offers since he has last spoken with and he hopes to add more in the near future. Who are the new offers? And who tops his list?

The 6-foot-0, 205-pound product of Gar-Field High School holds written offers from Duke, Marshall, Virginia Tech, and Tennessee. "They have all offered me as a running back except Virginia Tech is recruiting me as a linebacker. I would rather play running back though," Frazier said. "I am also hearing a lot from Auburn, Alabama, Maryland, Louisville and Virginia."

Frazier does have three favorites right now and you will find that they all have something in common. "Right now my favorites are Auburn, Tennessee, and Alabama," Frazier said.

"Auburn has been my favorite team since I was a little kid," Frazier said. "I visited them earlier this summer and it was really nice. They have a great field and facilities. I also really like how close things are on campus. I will be visiting them again next weekend."

"I visited Tennessee for their spring game this year and I just really liked their coaches, fans, and the campus," Frazier said. "They have great fan support and great facilities."

"I was at Alabama in June for a senior camp and really liked it there," Frazier said. "I really liked the running backs coach at Alabama and the campus was really nice. Everything looked new on campus."

Frazier has a few characteristics that he is looking for in his future college. "I want to go some place where I can win some games," Frazier said. "I would like to play in the SEC if possible. Other than that I am just looking for a good coaching staff and a team that seems to have good chemistry."

Frazier is hopeful about seeing two more schools this summer as well. "I am planning on trying to get out to Virginia Tech and Duke this summer as well," Frazier said.

Frazier is holding off on making a decision until he sees what other schools may come calling. "My coach suggested that I make my decision before the season but I think my uncle talked me in to waiting a little bit to see who else enters the picture," Frazier said.

Frazier played quarterback most of last season for Gar-Field but he did move to running back for the last four games of the season. During those four games Frazier recorded 650 yards rushing on 90 carries with 11 touchdowns. Those numbers were good enough to earn Frazier second team All-District. Frazier also took the SAT's in June but has not seen the results at this point.

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