Biography: Notre Dame transfer who started 11 games as a senior and posted 52.1%/1425/5/6. Struggled with a knee injury during his junior campaign and finished with 53.2%/1461/10/9 in seven starts.
Positives: "High percentage passer that lacks the physical skills to be a starter at the next level. Patient in the pocket, natural looking off the safety, and buys time for receivers. Remains poised, identifies the open wide out and puts touch on throws when necessary. Senses pressure, steps up to avoid it, and remains calm under the rush."
Negatives: Displays minimal zip on throws and struggles with downfield accuracy. Struggled with injuries throughout his career.
Analysis: "Frazer possesses intangibles, effectively leads the offense on the field, and for the most part makes proper decisions throughout the game. But he does not have the arm strength to be anything other than a third quarterback on a roster."
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