The No. 10 ranked player in the class of 2005 Bobby Frasor came out of the Kingwood Classic as one of the hottest prospects in the country. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound combo guard from Brother Rice High School in Chicago has even turned away some of the better programs in the country. As Frasor prepares to visit Stanford this weekend, he is listing eight schools.
“Marquette, Stanford, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Kansas, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina State are the schools I am considering,” said Frasor.
For right now Stanford is the school primarily on his mind as he looks forward to his visit to the west coast.
“It should be a lot of fun,” he said. “I have never been on the west coast, so I am really looking forward to it.”
Marquette, Stanford, Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina State had offers on the table before Kingwood. After Kingwood, North Carolina and Michigan State came forward with scholarship offers, but one school on his list has yet to make an offer.
“Everyone has offered except for Kansas,” said Frasor. “I am not sure what the situation is. I need to talk to the coaches. I really like them and Coach Self and the program.”
One school that has recently come after Frasor is Connecticut, but Frasor said thanks but no thanks to the reigning national champions.
“They have two or three guards coming in, and I am happy with the schools on my list and am wanting to stick with them,” he said.
There is, however, one school that Frasor would consider that is not on his list.
“The only thing I would be interested in would be a Duke,” he said. “But I know they have Paulus, so I am not worried about it.”
Frasor and his Illinois Wolves are now looking forward to traveling to North Carolina to play in the Tournament of Champions.
“We are looking forward to the tournament. We won it last year and have been playing well, so I am sure that teams will be coming after us. It should be fun.”