"I just got done with practice," Frazier said. "We are going out to have fun and want to win a state title. Need to make plays on defense and we are running a no huddle on offense. It's very up-tempo like Oregon.
"I play a shade, not really a one, and I move out to a three. We are in a three-front usually, but we are moving to a four-man front. We really want to move that line of scrimmage this year."
Frazier is the No. 20 defensive tackle in the nation and has offers from some of the top programs in the nation. A late offer though has entered the picture for Frazier following this team keeping track of him and recruiting him since his sophomore year.
"Nebraska has been recruiting me since my sophomore year. I am not going to take an official visit to Arkansas, it's too close to home, and I really want to get up to see Nebraska to see what it's like.
"Coach John Papuchis messaged me and I called him. He said that they really wanted me and they want me to come and visit. They could be my last official visit."
Besides what Nebraska has to offer there is another reason why Frazier might be a little more open to considering the Huskers now. The four-star defensive tackle had the opportunity to work with a former Husker recently.
"Coach Ndamukong Suh worked with me at The Opening. It was awesome. He told me that I could be the best defensive tackle there. I look forward to using what he showed me my senior year."