Frazier staying patient

Verbum Dei finished last season with a record of 1-9, but Jabril Frazier was able to make a name for himself on the field and coaches have begun to take notice.

Verbum Dei finished last season with a record of 1-9, but Jabril Frazier was able to make a name for himself on the field and coaches have begun to take notice.

San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, BYU, Washington State, and San Diego have all contacted Frazier. "I don't have a leader because I'm still open to all things at this point," Frazier said.

"I've talked to Coach White, I've seen them play on TV, and my cousin goes there so I know a little bit about them," Frazier said. "Coach White told me I could pick between playing linebacker or defensive end."

Frazier has gotten an early start on his offseason by working out hard, "I've been lifting weights and doing 500 jump ropes a day, also working on my footwork and on my speed."

Frazier has a busy summer planned, including visits to several schools on the west coast. "I'm visiting UCLA, San Jose State, and San Diego State after I go to their camp," Frazier told me.

"I need to work on my explosiveness, I could really better my overall game to get better on the field," Frazier said. "The biggest transition at the college level will be just how fast the game moves, and trying to get as big as everyone on the college level is."

Frazier doesn't have an offer at the moment, but he has a good idea of what he's looking for in a school and when he'll decide.

"Academics are important because I'm a student athlete. Then it would be the most playing time and whichever schools wants me the most," Frazier said. "I'd like to commit sometime after the summer but before football season if I could."

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