Frasier took an official visit to Tennessee, but the Volunteers are now out of the race. He added that at this time he's considering Florida State, Duke, NC State, and Alabama.
"Recruiting is going great," said Frasier. "I enjoy every minute of it... every second. I enjoy all of it and to just have an opportunity to play on the next level, it's a blessing."
The talented tailback hails from Princeton, North Carolina, a tiny town in Johnston County that had an estimated population of 1,252 in 2013. Princeton High School was actually K-12 until 2008.
Frasier, who rushed for 2,266 yards and 33 touchdowns this season, is proud of his hometown.
"The people are amazing," he said. "Princeton is a small town, but the fans and the people that support you, it's one big family... cousins you never had. I don't call them fans, they are family... all of them."
Because of that, Frasier's recruitment has muddied. Early in the process he felt like he'd likely be leaving the state. He considered Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and others before picking the Seminoles.
But, now he acknowledges there is a pull to stay closer to home.
"It does [play a role]," Frasier said when asked if distance is becoming a factor. "I'd love to see my family be able to watch me play on Saturday's. Some places like Florida State or Alabama, they wouldn't always be able to make it to all those games."
One of the local schools emerging is NC State.
"I talk to them and you hear where they are coming from," Frasier said of the Wolfpack. "In the beginning you think, like with a lot of schools, they are just telling you what you want to hear, but with them it's facts.
"At first I really didn't care for [NC] State. But then you sit down and realize what they have going on, what they've got planned... it's going to be amazing."
Recruiting Frasier for NC State is safeties coach Clayton White. A former linebacker for the Wolfpack, White played prep ball at Triton High School, which is just 40 minutes from Princeton.
"Our relationship is great," stated Frasier. "We talk on a daily basis. It's an everyday situation for me, talking with coach White."
It looks like Frasier's recruitment could drag on to Signing Day, although he left open the chance of making a decision prior to taking his visits.
"I could, but I highly doubt it," said Frasier. "I plan on taking some visits first. I don't have any set dates, but I'll be visiting State and Duke or Alabama in January.
What will be the biggest factor in Frasier's decision?
"Whatever my family thinks is going to be the best for me," he stated. "They are the ones that support me. They want me to do whatever I want, but I feel like they want me closer to home."
As it stands now, Frasier, who is still considered a Florida State commitment, maintains that he could end up signing with any of his finalists.
"I'm still up in the air. I'm trying to see what's best for me in the long run, not just the next four years."