"Chandler is clearly one of the top shooters in the state of New Jersey," stated high school hoops expert Alex Kline. "He exhibited that in the three-point contest, despite not being able to find his range in the game.
"Chandler can also take it to the hole and find his teammates. He is a streaky player who can make a huge impact as a walk-on at Lafayette."
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Chandler scored close to 20 points a game this past season for the boy's basketball team at The Pennington School while handing out seven assists per contest for a program that played some very tough teams.
Fraser-Pauls has already inked a letter of intent with Lafayette to play soccer on a scholarship. But he's more than a soccer player. He could walk on and play for the men's basketball team while trying to reach the goal of getting a degree at one of the country's toughest academic schools.
Chandler accepted a scholarship from Lafayette to play soccer. Boston University had also offered a soccer scholarship previously in his recruiting process.
Chandler has the skill level to make solid contributions in both sports -- soccer and basketball. The senior's leadership skills are also impressive and are important also out of the sports arena.