Sport: Indoor track.
Highlights: Senior is undefeated (4-0) in the 55 hurdles, including a season-best time of 7.3 seconds at the Reckford Armory meet at the University of Maryland on Dec. 11. Clocked a career-best 6.3 in the 55-meter dash a week later at the Hagerstown Invitational. Last season, in only his second year running outdoor track, placed second in the state in the 110 high hurdles (14.2), was named team's most valuable runner and selected to the all-county team. Also placed sixth in the state in the 100 (10.8). Holds the school record in the 110 high hurdles (14.0). "My strength is in my start," Frazier said. "I push real hard off the blocks. [The other runners] have to work harder to catch me--I just have to maintain my speed and keep my form."
Notable: An All-Met honorable mention in football (played linebacker and fullback for the Trojans), was named best all-around football player by the coaching staff on a 12-2 team that lost to Eleanor Roosevelt in this year's Maryland 4A title game. Studied tae kwon do for five years but stopped his junior year to concentrate on other sports.
Personal: Has a 3.1 grade-point average. Would like to attend Wesley College in Delaware or Shepherd College in West Virginia, where he hopes to play football, run track and study sports medicine or computer science.