2009 combo guard Tim Frazier displayed a penchant for scoring this basketball this summer with the Houston Elite travel squad. Schools are taking notice of Frazier, who is from Houston (Texas) Strake Jesuit High School, and three have offered scholarships.
According to Frazier Bradley, Kansas State and New Mexico State have offered while Santa Clara, Rice, South Alabama, Kansas and SMU have all been to his high school this fall. Frazier, 6-foot-2, 160-pounds, is more than willing to let the recruiting process play out.
"I'm still very open," said Frazier. "I expect to blow up some next summer. I'm just looking to play in a competitive conference and go to school with strong enough academics to ensure that I'll have no problem finding a good job when I graduate."
Frazier plays alongside three-star point guard Stevie Rogers, so he spends a lot of his time at the shooting guard. Many schools are in the process of determining which guard position Frazier would fit in best in their system. Regardless of his position, Frazier knows he must further develop physically.
"The main thing I need to do is get bigger and stronger," he said. "I'm going to stay fundamentally sound and just keep working on my game as a whole."
As a sophomore Frazier averaged 11 points and four assists per game.