Thursday night he met with hundreds of Tar Heels fans at a Rams Club function at the Crest Center in Asheville, welcomed home by friends and fans who knew him way back when he was a star guard at Roberson High and a young man getting his first head coaching job at Owen High.
Tar Heels coach Williams visits WNC
"I think we're going to be better, but we're not going to be better just because I say so or just because we've been through (his system) for a year. We will be better if we learn from our mistakes of last year and we change some of those behaviors."
Asheville native takes time to answer questions during visit
"Roy wanted a point guard who could really shoot, had good size, would play his style of basketball and be a vocal leader on the floor,'' Gibbons said. "He got all of that in Frasor."
Top guard commits to Tar Heels
Raleigh News & Observer
"I watched some film of (Kansas point guards) Aaron Miles, Kirk Hinrich and Jeff Boschee during my visit," Frasor said. "Coach Williams told me that I have the ability to make the same type of impact at North Carolina that those players had at Kansas. He recruited me as a point guard, but I have the ability to play the shooting guard position as well."
Latest commitment good news for Tar Heels' backcourt
Greensboro News & Record
"I think the guy has been a great player since day one," Brown said Thursday. "I know he was successful in Portland. I don't like to think that just because he's come here things have turned around. He was six minutes away from going to the Finals in Portland. "But since he's been here, our players love him and respect him. He knows the way the coaches feel about him. He's just been great."
Brown's approach: let `Sheed be `Sheed