PG Chester Frazier knows that since committing to the #1 team in the country - The Fighting Illini - he will have to take everyone's best shot. "I know people are going to challenge me every night out. I just have to be ready," said Frazier.
Frazier is averaging 16 PPG and 6 assists so far this season. "I've had some pretty good games so far this season. One game this year I had 21 points and 10 assists; also in that game I had 6 three pointers," added Frazier.
Frazier, like most high school recruits these days, follows the Illini on ESPN every chance he can get. "I watch SportsCenter to see highlights if they're not on TV as much as I can," Frazier said.
One of the reasons the PG went to prep school was to work in the classroom. That is something he has done a great job with. "Right now I have straight A's in school; something I'm really proud of," he added.
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Point Guard Chester Frazier having a good season
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