4-star ATH Fraziars receives Paradise invite, considering UM visit

Stefan Adams
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The spring evaluation period has been good to 2020 Dunnellon (FL) 4-star ATH Jaquavion Fraziars. The dual-threat at receiver and safety landed big-time Power 5 offers from the likes of Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, Nebraska, and Kansas State, to name a few, in the past couple months and says he sees things only getting better from here.

“Things are going pretty good,” Fraziars said on the recruiting process. “I got some Power 5 schools watching me right now and it should be a great experience over the next 2 years.”

As one of the best athletes every time he steps on the field, Fraziars plays both WR and S for his school and is beginning to develop his game more at both positions. However, Fraziars is not just a dual-threat positionally: he also plays baseball for Dunnellon as a two sport star.

“I feel like I did great as only as a sophomore,” Fraziars said of last season on the gridiron. “My routes at receiver, my coverages at safety, all that is getting better and up-to-date by the day.”

Back in March, Fraziars was one of the top performers at the Opening Miami and looked very impressive at receiver showing off his athletic ability. Unbeknownst to many, he was dealing with a knee injury at the time, but says he’s 100% healed right now.

“A week before that I was actually out with a knee injury,” Fraziars said. “I just went to the Opening to see how good my knee could hold up and it worked out.”

While Fraziars is still waiting on an offer from the Miami Hurricanes, there’s one really good way to earn a scholarship from the U: earn it on the field at Paradise Camp. Fraziars has been invited to Miami’s biggest summer camp on campus and is considering making the trip.

“I received a camp invite for Paradise,” Fraziars said. “I don’t know [if I can make it], I’ve got family business and you know we have football workouts every day. But I’m for sure considering it, it’s something on my mind heavy.”

And if he was to receive an offer from the Canes?

“They’d be in my top 5 for sure,” Fraziars said on UM. “It’s just the past success they’ve been having on the field and I think Mark Richt knows what he’s doing with his players.”

Miami is not the only school that has caught Fraziars interest, though: he’s recently come off visits to a few different Power 5 programs and is considering a trip to Columbus, Ohio to visit Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes.

“I just got back from Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina and, in the future, I’m thinking about flying to Ohio State,” Fraziars said.

Don’t expect an early decision for the 6’4” 195 pound athlete. Fraziars will be taking his time with the process to be sure he gets the right fit.

“Probably next year over the summer,” Fraziars said on when he’d like to announce his school of choice.


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