Junior RB Frasier blowing up 

January, 28, 2014
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PRINCETON, N.C. -- Headed into the 2013 season, running back Johnny Frasier (Princeton, N.C./Princeton) was a complete unknown to college coaches.

Fast-forward five months -- and 3,042 rushing yards and 45 touchdowns later -- and the 5-foot-11, 200-pound speedster is one of the fastest-rising juniors in the country. Add another 555 receiving yards and 50 total touchdowns, and it's safe to say things have changed.

According to Princeton High head coach Derrick Minor, Frasier has become a completely different player in the last 12 months.

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