Frazier hopes loyalty inspires more recruits 

March, 4, 2012
There a lot of little things to know about Georgia’s first basketball commit for 2013, point guard J.J. Frazier (Ludowici, Ga. /Faith Baptist Christian). He is often called “little,” as he stands 5-foot-9 and weighs 145 pounds. He is from a little school, in a little town and was little-known before committing to the Bulldogs three weeks ago.

But two things that should never be called little are his game and his loyalty. Faith Baptist Christian coach Matthew Sellars appreciates both.

“Loyalty is one of my biggest things with kids,” Sellars said. “He has had offers to go play other places -- other prep schools and bigger AAU programs. But he is sticking it out with the South Georgia Kings and he is sticking it out with us. He could go play at a top-50 program, but he would rather stay with us since we have been there with him and he realizes that. He is faithful to our program, he talks it up, he talks me up usually -- he is just a loyal kid. That is one of the biggest qualities for me in a player.”

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