Bobby Frasor, the No. 33 player in the Rivals100 for the class of 2005, now has two more offers. One ACC school and one Big Ten school have recently offered the 6-foot-3, 180-pound point guard from Brother Rice High School in Blue Island, Illinois.
Georgia Tech head coach Paul Hewitt watched Frasor play Wednesday night in the sectional semifinals. Although Frasor did not have a strong shooting night, Hewitt came away impressed enough to offer Frasor a scholarship.
“I did not shoot well,” Frasor told RivalsHoops.com last night. “In fact noone shot well. That is pretty much the reason we lost. We started out 0 for 14.”
“Coach Hewitt said they would call tonight and offer a scholarship. They haven’t called yet, but he talked to my AAU coach [Mike Mullins] and said they would offer.”
Coach Mullins of the Illinois Wolves noted to RivalsHoops.com that Georgia Tech is very impressed with Frasor’s ability and toughness.
When asked what he thought about Georgia Tech, Frasor had this reply.
“It’s the ACC. You got to be interested.”
Northwestern is the other school to recently offer Frasor.
Frasor also has offers from DePaul, Marquette, Stanford, and Notre Dame.
At this point Frasor has no leader and is not sure what he will do with his official visits.
“All these schools are in there together,” Frasor said. “I will definitely take some visits this spring and fall depending on my AAU schedule. But I don’t know who I will visit or exactly how many I will take.
Frasor ended the season averaging 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists for his 26-2 team.
The Kingwood Classic will be the first national event that Frasor will participate in with the Illinois Wolves.