"It'd be really cool if they got involved," Frasor said immediately following a game in which he torched Team Texas in front of Roy Williams. "That's one team that would be tough to turn down."
Well, the Tar Heels got a good look at the tough, hard-nosed combo guard this past weekend at the Kingwood Classic and, like everyone else, liked what they saw. And they offered Frasor a scholarship.
There's not much not to like.
Frasor can create his own shot and is extremely efficient on the offensive end. He is able to shoot the 3-pointer with consistency, has a nice mid-range game and also can run a team. He's got tremendous leadership skills and good court vision.
And he likes the pressure.
Frasor hit a pair of big-time shots in front of numerous coaches, including Roy Williams, this past weekend in a victory against Team Texas. Frasor was 9-of-10 from the field in the game. With 10 seconds left in regulation, Frasor sank a 16-footer from the left baseline over the outreached arms of a defender to give the Wolves a 50-49 lead. After Team Texas tied the game and forced overtime, Frasor won the game with a runner in the lane with nine seconds left in the extra period.
Believe it or not, Frasor's career-high in high school is 21 points.
Prior to receiving the offer from UNC, Frasor had a top five that included Marquette, Stanford, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and Wisconsin. According to sources, his top three were Marquette, Notre Dame and Stanford. How that will change now that the Tar Heels have joined the fray remains to be seen.
Frasor led the Illinois Wolves to the quarterfinals of the gold division before falling to Spiece Select.
"No matter how high we are in the rankings, people still don't think we can play when they look at us," said the baby-faced Frasor.
Frasor's Illinois Wolves squad are scheduled to be in N.C. for the Tournament of Champions on Memorial Day Weekend.