Auburn got a huge addition to their 2020 class with the commitment of Dallas area tight end Brandon Frazier from McKinney North High School.
By DT Yates
Frazier, a prior Arkansas commit with a 6-7, 247-pound frame is a 247 four-star commit and is listed top 10 in the country at his position. He had offers from over 27 schools including Bama, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Utah, Baylor and Texas Tech. The addition of Chad Morris from Arkansas is already paying dividends with the gain of Frazier who opened his recruitment after Morris was fired from the Razorbacks.
When watching his linked video, it becomes more than apparent he possesses all the capabilities wanted in a tight end. He ran track including the 200 meter in high school and big guys with his size should not possess the speed he’s capable of. In the play 01:39 into the below video, we see him run a crossing pattern fearlessly into traffic before employing a spin move, bouncing off multiple tacklers and gaining twenty yards after the catch. One thing you see his high school coaches continually do on film is trying to get Frazier the ball in scoring range, we even saw a designed fake field goal. There’s no reason for us to believe this won’t also be the case at the next level as his hands and length demand it.
— Brandon Frazier (@BKFraz) January 31, 2020