Biography: Two-year starter who totaled 27 tackles/6 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks as a senior after 34/4.5/1 and two interceptions as a junior.
Positives: Feisty, aggressive linebacker with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with good pad level, works his hands throughout the action and quickly changes direction. Shows a lot of explosiveness, moves well laterally and stays with assignments. Strong for his size and rarely off his feet.
Negatives: Marginal closing burst. Minimally effective making plays in space.
Analysis: Frazier was a solid player at BYU the past two years yet lacks the measurables for any linebacker position in the NFL. He could catch on as a backup if he proves his worth on special teams.
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