Five-star guard Keith Frazier likes Texas A&M, Arizona
Keith Frazier is looking to make a statement during the summer live period, but two schools are already making noise in his recruitment. Texas A&M and Arizona stand out.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – As one of the best shooting guards in the class of 2013, as well as one of the premier 3-point shooters in the country, Keith Frazier gets plenty of national recognition.
According to Frazier, though, he’s just warming up.
“I’m going with the flow, not trying to do too much,” he said. “My main thing is having fun. I don’t think y’all saw what is really going to happen. I could be more aggressive, scoring more.”
Ranked No. 19 coming into the spring, the 6-foot-5 prospect from Kimball (Tex.) has tremendous range on his jumper and he’s not afraid to launch it with a defender in his face. He can also get to the rim and finish effectively in traffic. Throw in solid athleticism, and Frazier is the total package offensively.
“I have multiple styles,” he said. “I can be smooth and aggressive. I just try to do it all. I’m one of the best two-guards in the country, regardless of class. I can compete with any two-guard.”
There are plenty of schools currently in the mix for Frazier, with Baylor, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Texas and Marquette all make an effort.
However, there are two schools front and center for Frazier at this point: Texas A&M and Arizona.
“I like the coaching staff, the teammates,” he said. “I can see myself at one of those schools.”
Frazier is not ready to make a decision, but he knows what he’s looking for in a school.
“A school that’s going to take care of me,” he said. “I want to play right away. That’s on me, but I want them to treat me right.”
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