Frazier thriving in new surroundings

That Keith Frazier is off to a good start isn't a surprise. However, nobody could have expected him to be fitting in so quickly in new surroundings.
After playing his first two high school seasons at Irving (Texas) High, the 6-foot-5 junior transferred to Dallas (Texas) Kimball.
Sometimes, it can take teammates some time to adjust to a high profile transfer but Frazier has been welcomed with open arms.
"I feel like I fit in pretty well," Frazier told "I thought it was going to be hard but it hasn't been. I feel more comfortable here than I did at Irving. It's like a basketball nation around here."
On the floor, the long range gunner who can also get to the basket feels like he's settling in as well.
"I've played alright," said Frazier. "I didn't expect to have that many points because our players stepped up."
A confident kid with athleticism to match his skill, Frazier has supreme confidence in his game.
"I know that I'm a pretty good shooter and I can get to the lane," said the No. 13 player in the 2013 Rivals150. "Sometimes I feel like I can score every time I touch the ball if I want to. I think I could work on my left hand a little more."
Not surprisingly, Frazier has caught the eye of several programs. He's not too far along in the process but mentioned that he felt like Houston and Texas A&M were recruiting him the hardest.
Frazier termed his recent visit to Arizona "really good" and he's also drawn looks from programs like Baylor, Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas, Villanova and Oklahoma among others.
With plenty of attention on the recruiting front, Frazier says that continuing to immerse himself into the basketball culture at Kimball is his priority. Making a college choice, will wait until next year.
"I'm going to take my time with it," said Frazier. "I'm probably going to wait until my senior year before I really do anything."