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UF commit Fraziars lands offer from Stubblefield, plans visit

UF commit Fraziars lands offer from Stubblefield, plans visit

Stefan Adams
As one of the best athletes every time he steps on the field, 2020 4-star Jaquavion Fraziars plays both WR and S for Dunnellon High. While Fraziars filled up the stat sheet during his junior season, most schools have already decided they want him on the offensive side of the ball.

“My junior year went pretty good, always could be better,” Fraziars said. “I had 57 catches, 902 yards, and 14 TD’s on offense and 117 tackles, 7 INT’s, and 19 PBU’s on defense. My routes at receiver, my coverages at safety, all that is getting better and up to date by the day.”

The dual-threat athlete made an early commitment to the Florida Gators back in December, but that hasn’t stopped other schools from trying to sway him. Fraziars was actually one of new WR coach Taylor Stubblefield’s first offers when he took the Miami job in mid-January.

“The Miami coaches came before school, so I had to wake up a little early to go meet them there,” Fraziars said. “But it felt good to get the offer, coach Stubblefield was real cool.”

The 6’4” 195 pound prospect most recently took a visit to Gainesville to see UF, and he says it helped make his pledge more solid.

“As of right now, I’m solid with UF,” Fraziars said.

Even still, Fraziars admits that his recruitment is not shut down and that he will still take visits to other schools. Now that he has the UM offer, Fraziars said that he is interested in taking a trip to Coral Gables to check out campus, and the Dunnellon star has plenty of family members in the area that would love to see him in the orange and green.

“I plan on taking an unofficial to Miami pretty soon,” Fraziars said. “I have a lot of family down there and it’s a private school, which means education matters a lot.”

When it comes time to make his ultimate decision, Fraziars says academics will play an important role in his final choice.

“Education first always,” Fraziars said. “I want to be a physical therapist if football doesn’t work out.”

 

Comments (25)

fyi for those mentioning the academics part, UF recently was ranked higher than UM in the US News Rankings. It normally flip flops b/w the two as tops in the state but UF is a really great academic institution also now. F their football however lol
 
He’s the best athlete to come thru my school in a while been the best player in his year since he was a kid in the city. I’m not sure if his family will let him come to Miami, he’s got a lot of gators and seminoles in his family. They push him towards them hence the gator commitment but we’ll see I’ll check to see if he’s really interested or just playing the game
 
He’s the best athlete to come thru my school in a while been the best player in his year since he was a kid in the city. I’m not sure if his family will let him come to Miami, he’s got a lot of gators and seminoles in his family. They push him towards them hence the gator commitment but we’ll see I’ll check to see if he’s really interested or just playing the game
please do
 
That's my first thought. After seeing him on offense I'm not much on him but immediately at safety I gotta have him with those ball skills & size. My only concern would be he may be too big already to play safety & that's the only spot hes a take.
my main concern is his speed. he may play faster than his time, but is that because of the level of comp in his film?
 
He’s the best athlete to come thru my school in a while been the best player in his year since he was a kid in the city. I’m not sure if his family will let him come to Miami, he’s got a lot of gators and seminoles in his family. They push him towards them hence the gator commitment but we’ll see I’ll check to see if he’s really interested or just playing the game

Isn’t it legal to hunt gators now? Get permit and get busy.
 
you're 100 % correct. i won't make that mistake again lol Broward Community College > UF education

I have two kids with degrees from swampland and one godchild with JD from that hole. I’m not positive, but I think they all came out dummer for the experience. Wife went back to school at St Pete JC in her 30’s and it was better than uf. I remember her schooling our oldest in punctuation minuscule point while he was senior at swamp. It was his major, as he proudly announce on the way to get his text on it. Five minutes later all I heard was: “Son of a bitc@!”

Hell I have JD, an expert on writing nuance and I thought she was wrong but I knew better than doubt her. She was straight A’s all they way through undergrad and Masters. But kids always know better.
 
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