Good news continued to roll in for SMU fans Monday afternoon.
After getting a big commitment from a wide receiver Monday at lunch most fans may have thought the good news was over.
Not the case.
SMU picked up its No. 10 pledge for the 2009 recruiting class when big offensive lineman Wayne Frazier made his pledge official to the Mustangs.
"I actually committed to SMU last Thursday," Frazier told PonyStampede.com Monday afternoon. "I haven't been committed for two weeks like others have reported; I made my decision last week. Coach (June) Jones was out of town so I wanted to wait until today to make it official."
There were several reasons that Frazier picked SMU as his school of choice.
"It's a good program and Coach Jones is only going to make it better," Frazier said. "I'm very excited about being a Mustang. It's a place I can have a great football career and get a quality education. I really like the coaches a lot; Coach Reinebold and I have developed a great relationship."
Frazier, a 6-foot-5, 300-pound athlete that runs a 5.2 forty, currently holds offers from the Mustangs and Texas A&M Kingsville.
According to Frazier, he doesn't mind leaving the small town life of Refugio for big city life.
"I love Dallas," Frazier said. "It's a lot better than Refugio. There are a lot more things to do in Dallas. I want to play for a quality program and get a great education."
Frazier has already made a 21 on the ACT and is uncertain of his current G.P.A.