Pa. QB Gets UNC Offer

Over the weekend, the North Carolina coaching staff threw its hat into the ring and entered the Zach Frazer sweepstakes in hopes to pluck the 6-foot-4, 209-pound quarterback from the Keystone State.

"North Carolina offered me in an email," said Frazer, of Mechanicsburg (Pa.) Area High School. "I mainly talk to them by email or writing. I talked to them once over the phone, but mostly through email."

With the addition of the UNC offer, Frazer's offers count is hovering in the mid-teen range and includes the likes of Michigan, Penn State, Louisville, N.C. State, Duke and Notre Dame.

Frazer has spent the last few months touring various campuses. He figures to continue with his travels and hopes to include a trip to Chapel Hill in the future schedule.

"It would be nice to get down there, but I have a busy schedule," said Frazer. "My parents are definitely considering it. I might come down for a camp, for a day."

Frazer is reluctant to disclose his favorites list at this time, but says the weather and football program make North Carolina very appealing.

"Well, you've got to love the weather done there," said Frazer. "They're building a pretty strong program down there, even though most people don't think of them, I still think they are on their way."

Last year, Frazer broke the Pennsylvania record for passing yardage in a season with 3,684. He completed 285 of 440 passes (66%) for 27 touchdowns and only nine interceptions on his way to Associated Press Class AAA Player of the Year, Mid-Penn Keystone Conference MVP and first-team Associated Press AAA All-State honors.

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