Three-star 2015 RB picking up offers 

January, 22, 2014
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Not only did 2015 running back Johnny Frasier (Raleigh, N.C./Princeton Day Academy) not know if he would get scholarship offers, there was a time when he didn’t even know if he would be able to play football in high school.

Frasier suffered from asthma and heart murmurs when he was younger and had to undergo extensive monitoring before his freshman season. Doctors at Duke hooked him up to heart monitors and had him run on treadmills and simulate physical activity to ensure it was safe for him to play.

“They had me do light conditioning every day, and it would get harder and harder as we went. They said the murmur was gone and that my asthma had stopped,” Frasier said. “I used to have bad asthma attacks, and I haven’t used an inhaler for four years now. After all the tests, I graded out above average and the doctors said there are no issues.”

That’s good news for Frasier, a three-star prospect who has picked up offers recently from Georgia, Michigan, Penn State, North Carolina and NC State.

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