Brunswick High School’s hard-hitting senior Sharrod Frazier committed to Marshall this evening. The South Georgia star is one of the best players in his area in Georgia and a major get for Marshall. Just last fall he played both running back, and strong safety for his team; dominating both sides of the football.
Frazier took his official visit last weekend to Marshall on January 19-21. His recruitment was spearheaded by Marshall assistants Adam Fuller and Todd Goebbel. Frazier chose Marshall over late interest from Colorado State, Central Michigan, and several local schools who were in heavy pursuit as well.
The senior jumped into our rankings over a year ago, and a player we considered to be one of the top 5 safeties in the entire state of Georgia. Frazier has really good acceleration and can quickly get off his block to make a play in the backfield.
He is a natural playing around the line of scrimmage, and does a great job of anticipating the play. Frazier is a true athlete out there on the field, and was even asked to tote the pigskin this fall for Brunswick, but at the next level we like him as a strong safety. Frazier should continue to fill out his 6′ frame and end up being around 205-pounds at the next level.
His commitment is a great pickup for the Thunder Herd as they reach down in south Georgia and pluck a diamond in the rough. Make not mistakes, he is a major steal for The Herd late in the recruiting process, and a player who can step right in and play right away.