Bobby Frasor, one of the most elite players in the class of 2005, has put an end to his recruitment. After taking an unofficial visit to North Carolina this past weekend, the 6-foot-3, 180-pound combo guard from Brother Rice High School in Chicago, Ill., has given a commitment to Roy Williams and the Tar Heels.
“Yes, I have made a decision about my future,” Frasor told RivalsHoops.com. “After sitting down with my parents and sisters earlier tonight, I have given a commitment to North Carolina. I just felt extremely comfortable with the players and how they spoke about Coach Williams. I just felt comfortable about the entire situation.”
“I watched some film of Aaron Miles, Kirk Hinrich and Jeff Boschee during my visit to North Carolina,” he added. “Coach Williams told me that I have the ability to have the same type of impact at North Carolina that those players had at Kansas. Coach Williams recruited me as a point guard, but I have the ability to play the shooting guard position as well.”
Rivals.com ranks Frasor No. 10 on the Rivals150 list and the fifth best shooting guard in the class of 2005.