Former men’s basketball guard Keith Frazier seeking graduate transfer

Former men’s basketball guard Keith Frazier seeking graduate transfer

Former men’s basketball guard Keith Frazier seeking graduate transfer
September 01
15:58 2017

Keith Frazier, the former five-star recruit who joined the North Texas basketball team after transferring from Southern Methodist University, has been granted an extra year of eligibility and will be a graduate transfer, according to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein.

A source close to the Mean Green basketball team said Baylor reached out to the North Texas compliance office expressing interest in Frazier.

A Baylor source said Frazier is not enrolled in school as of Friday afternoon.

Frazier became the first McDonald’s All-American in program history when he transferred from SMU last year, but he played in just four games upon his arrival. He averaged 8 points per game before missing the remainder of the season due to sore knees, according to former head coach Tony Benford.

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Brady Keane

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Brady Keane is the Sports Editor of the North Texas Daily. He previously served as Deputy Sports Editor (Jan. 2017-May 2017) and as a Staff Writer (Aug. 2015-May 2016).

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