Frasier has been one of the state's most prolific tailbacks over the last two seasons. He rushed for 3,042 yards and 45 touchdowns as a junior while averaging an absurd 12.3 yards per carry. Frasier followed that up with 2,266 yards in 2014 and another 33 touchdowns. He averaged 10.6 yards per carry and had 12 100+-yard rushing games.
"There is not much Frasier does not do at a very high level," says Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons. "He is a back with great size and he runs with great balance. He gets the tough yards inside running through tackles and he has the speed to the get to the perimeter.
"He is a complete back who will stay on the field on the next level. He shows a nice burst and he also can catch the ball well out of the backfield. Frasier is productive, strong, and quick."
He committed to Florida State over the summer, but almost right away Frasier began to question his decision. Later in the fall he narrowed his list to Florida State, NC State, Alabama, and Duke.
However, distance has become a factor in Frasier's final decision.
"It does [play a role]," Frasier said recently 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."
So far he has only taken an official visit to Tennessee. Frasier was supposed to visit Alabama last weekend but didn't make the trip. He will be in Raleigh this weekend for his NC State official visit.
The Wolfpack have made a push with assistants Clayton White and Des Kitchings heading up Frasier's recruitment.
"I talk to them and you hear where they are coming from," Frasier recently 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."
Frasier is currently rated the No. 4 tailback in the country by Scout.com and as of now he has not scheduled another official visit.
NC State's other confirmed official visitor, Charlotte (NC) Olympic standout Emmanuel Olenga, isn't as highly-rated as Frasier, but he has a huge upside.
Olenga hasn't played much football. In fact, his senior year was his first on the varsity level. He totaled 105 tackles, 16 quarterback sacks, and forced five fumbles from his defensive end position.
At 6-foot-5 and 250 pounds he's strong, athletic, and plays with a motor.
Olenga reportedly has his grades in order and his recruitment exploded. He committed to East Carolina in December over offers from Illinois, Indiana, Charlotte, and Miami (Ohio), and Old Dominion, but in January he added offers from NC State, Nebraska, and Wake Forest. He'll visit NC State and one other school before making his final decision.
Olenga is currently rated a three-star recruit and the No. 83 defensive end in the country by Scout.com.
NOTE: With the coaches on the road, there could be additional official visitors scheduled for this weekend.