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'06 PA QB Zach Frazer (Notre Dame signee - transfer to UConn)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by LordJeffBuck, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member Tech Admin Bookie

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    Zach Frazer
    Pro-style quarterback
    Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
    Height: 6-foot-4 (Penn State Nike, 2004)
    Weight: 216 pounds (Nike)
    40-yard dash: 5 seconds (Nike)
    Bench reps: 19 (Nike)
    Vertical leap: 26 inches (Nike)
    Shuttle time: 4.59 seconds (Nike)
    GPA: 3.1
    2004 stats: 285 completions / 441 attempts (64.6 %); 3,674 yds; 27 TD's / 9 Ints

    Zach was a first team AAA all-state selection by both the Associated Press and the Pennsylvania Football News. In addition, he was the Associated Press AAA Player of the Year. Zach has interest in Penn State, Pitt, Ohio State, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia, and Purdue.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2005
  2. RATSAFARI

    RATSAFARI Newbie

    Frazer

    Zach had a heck of a year and has learned under the tutelage of these two guys

    http://library.bloomu.edu/Archives/football/ThreeGreatTeams.html "Rich Lichtel" and Chris Hakel a former Washington redskins QB.

    Zach did hurt his finger in the last game of the season for Mechanicsburg against Manheim Central. It was his index finger and I hope it has no effect on his throwing skills.


    Also look out for Leasean Mccoy from Bishop Mcdevitt high school in Harisburg. This is the same scholl where Ricky Watters went.
     
  3. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    2/22/05

    From the Miami site (homer alert)...Miami has been in contact with Frazer a lot lately. Zach has an offer from Georgia Tech, and Penn St. and scUM are apparently close to offering. He has no favorites right now and would like to make a decision before the start of next season.

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    2/21/05

    From the main Rivals site...Zach is looking for a school with good academics and a family-oriented team chemistry. His current top 5 is Michigan, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Notre Dame and Penn State.
     
  4. CleveBucks

    CleveBucks Serenity now Staff Member

    I would be surprised if Penn State offered. They already put out an offer to Devlin, and last year they took Morelli and a couple other guys that are QB's but could switch. They also got Daryll Clark this year after his year in prep school.
     
  5. unionfutura

    unionfutura Moderator Staff Member

    From watching the two

    I believe Zach is a better QB, I like Devlin, but I think a kid like Frazer could play at a high level quicker than Pat.
     
  6. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    2/25/05

    From the ND site...Zach will visit ND this weekend. He was in South Bend for the BC game last year. He was at PSU for their Junior Day. Notre Dame, Georgia Tech (offer), Miami, Michigan, Ohio State, Purdue, Syracuse, Iowa, Penn State and Virginia are in contact. He will camp at PSU this summer.
     
  7. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

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    Zach was offered by ND this weekend. That brings his written offer total to two(GATech) . Coach Weis informed him he was the first official offer they extended this season. He realy enjoyed his visit and it vaulted ND at or near the top of his list.
     
  8. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    3/1/05

    From the ND site...ND and Georgia Tech have offered. He also hears from Penn State, Michigan, Ohio State and Miami, among others. He was at the ND/UCLA basketball game. He plans to decide before the season.

    In my opinion, he is ND's to lose.
     
  9. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

    From Emfingers Junior Registry:
    September 23, 2004 - QB ZACHARY FRAZER^ 6-5, 220, 4.75, of Mechanicsburg, PA - Frazer will be one of the top quarterbacks in the country in the 2005 recruiting season. He started ytwo games as a mere sophomore, but he also played in 10 games last year. He passed for around 700-yards last year and in two games this year, he had already completed 39 of 53 passes for 415-yards and two touchdowns. Although he was not the main starter as a sophomore, he was unbelievable and outstanding this past summer at various combines and camps. He was selected as the #1 quarterback at the Purdue Camp and was also outstanding at the Penn State NIKE Combine and also at the NE Elite Quarterback Combine. He is a very strong quarterback, benching 325 on a regular basis. He also has great arm strength and on film, he can really "humm" it in there when he needs to do so. I really like this kid and he has unlimited potential. He really likes Purdue, but he also likes Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Michigan, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Iowa, NC State, and Virginia. He has good grades with a 3.2 GPA.
     
  10. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

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    Super All-American QB Zach Frazier was Pennsylvania 3A Player of the Year!


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    MECHANICSBURG, Pennsylvania - Mechanicsburg junior quarterback Zach Frazer was selected as the Associated Press Class AAA Player of the Year after throwing for more yards in a season than any player in state history.

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    Frazer named AP's Class AAA Player of the Year
    Lagomarsino wins honor in Class AA

    By Tom Robinson, NFLHS.com



    Record-setting performances led to postseason recognition for some of Pennsylvania's top high school football players.



    Mechanicsburg junior quarterback Zach Frazer was selected as the Associated Press Class AAA Player of the Year after throwing for more yards in a season than any player in state history.



    Lansdale Catholic running back R.C. Lagomarsino was named AA Player of the Year after setting a state championship game record with 353 yards rushing in a 40-17 win over Grove City.



    Southern Columbia quarterback Dan Latorre contributed to a team state playoff record-setting rushing performance on the way to the Class A award and Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt running back LeSean McCoy continued his pursuit of the state's career rushing record while earning the Class AAAA honor.



    Player of the Year and Coach of the Year awards in each class highlight Pennsylvania's most prestigious all-state team. The teams are selected by the Associated Press through statewide balloting of sports writers and broadcasters.



    CLASS AAAA: McCoy led the state in rushing for the second straight season with 2,828 yards. That gives the junior 5,750 yards and a strong shot at the record held by current Indianapolis Colt and former East Stroudsburg runner James Mungro.



    McCoy racked up those totals despite early-season ankle troubles. He ran for more than 1,000 yards in four playoff games.



    Art Walker of state champion Pittsburgh Central Catholic repeated as Coach of the Year.



    CLASS AAA: Frazer threw for 3,674 yards to lead Mechanicsburg to the District 3 final where it lost to defending state champion and eventual state finalist Manheim Central.



    Bill Cherpak, who helped Thomas Jefferson overcome two regular-season losses and deficits in three playoff games to win the state title, was named Coach of the Year.



    CLASS AA: Lansdale Catholic swept the awards. Lagomarsino was named top player while Jim Algeo was named Coach of the Year.



    Like McCoy, Lagomarsino went over 2,000 yards for the second straight season. He finished with 2,488 yards and 31 touchdowns. He ran for more than 1,000 in four state playoff games.



    Algeo, 68, a 37-year veteran with 252 career wins, won his first state title less than a year after undergoing heart surgery.



    CLASS A: Latorre went over 100 yards rushing when Southern Columbia ran for 768 yards in a record-setting 76-47 state quarterfinal win over Pius X then ran for four touchdowns in the 35-0 state championship game victory over Rochester.



    Latorre finished 91-for-146 passes for 1,732 yards and 18 touchdowns. He rushed for 1,042 yards and 20 touchdowns.



    Gene Matsook of Rochester was named Coach of the Year. Matsook has been to four state finals, winning two, in six seasons.



    ALL-STATE NOTES: Two of Frazer's receivers were first-team, all-state choices. Tight end Josh Koontz caught 81 passes for 1,405 yards and 12 touchdowns. Jeremy Boone was named first-team punter with an average of 45.2 yards, but also caught 84 passes for 1,083 yards and seven touchdowns.



    Thomas Jefferson quarterback Brad Dawson threw for more than 2,000 yards but was a first-team choice as a defensive back for his five interception returns for touchdowns, including one in the state final.



    The record-setting Seton-LaSalle passing combination took first-team berths in Class AA.



    Bill Stull threw for a District 7 record 3,310 yards along with 40 touchdowns.



    Carmen Connolly caught a state record 116 passes.

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  11. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    3/9/05

    From the ND site...Miami, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Virginia are showing interest but none have offered. Notre Dame and Georgia Tech have offered.

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    3/9/05

    From the Michigan site...last year Zach was named MVP of the Mid-Penn League, AP Player of the Year and was named District 3 Player of the Week three times. Supposedly Duke has offered as well. He has already been to junior days at Notre Dame, Penn State and Purdue. Michigan is also in contact.
     
  12. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

    Zach is rated by Rivals as the #8 prospect in the state of PA.
     
  13. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    3/10/05

    From the Purdue site...more of the same.
     
  14. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

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    3/27

    Zach picked up an offer from Illinois to go along with previous offers from Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Akron, Duke, Kansas, Michigan, North Carolina St., Syracuse, Illinois, and UConn. Hr dpes not list a favorite but says Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Penn St., Iowa, and Illinois are the schools he is interested in. He plans an early decision sometime in the beginning of his senior season.
     
  15. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

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    3/30/05

    From the PSU site...Zach has unofficially visited Penn State, Notre Dame, Virginia, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, North Carolina State and Duke. He also has offers from Akron, Kansas and Louisville and said he expects offers by May from Michigan, Miami (FL) and Maryland.

    I think this comes down to PSU and Notre Dame, although if he starts getting offers from the likes of Michigan and Miami (FL), things could change.
     

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