“I liked how it was like a college town,” Frazier said. “They support their sports. I feel like the coaching staff, they try to get their players better and push them to the next level. And I think I'll fit into the system.”
Frazier is the second commit for OSU's 2013 class, joining 6-foot-8 forward Leyton Hammonds.
“Frazier is an active wing player with good size,” ESPN wrote about him in 2010. ”He is long and a good athlete as well. He can slash to the rim in transition or in the half court and is a good finisher once he arrives in the lane. He can score through contact and pull up for the mid-range pull up jumper when the defense recovers.
“Frazier can hit the open three off the catch with time and space or with a couple rhythm dribbles once he beats his defender. Frazier is a good defensive rebounder and can start the break. He needs to add strength to become take his game to the next level but has all the tools to be an excellent mid-level college wing at this stage of his game.”