Editor's note: This is the sixth in a series breaking down the recruitments of the nation's top uncommitted seniors. Previous breakdowns looked at No. 1 overall prospect Andrew Wiggins, No. 2 Jabari Parker (who since committed to Duke), No. 4 Julius Randle, No. 7 Aaron Gordon and No. 19 Jermaine Lawrence.
Keith Frazier's recruitment is finally starting to gain some steam. The Dallas Kimball senior shooting guard and No. 22 overall prospect in the ESPN 100 recently took an official visit to Texas and is slated to visit SMU this weekend.
Texas A&M, Texas Tech and a few others are also in the mix, but expect Frazier to stay in the Lone Star State and it appears the battle over the scoring wizard will come down to Texas and SMU. After missing on the Harrison twins (Andrew and Aaron) this past fall, Frazier could be Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown's chance to finally make a splash with the Mustangs.
With that in mind, our RecruitingNation basketball experts are here to try to make sense of it all. Here's how they think Frazier's recruitment will play out, complete with what makes him special, improvement for the next level, freshman projections in college, decision factors and predictions on what school he'll choose.