HIGH SCHOOL—He earned PrepStar All-West Region and preseason SuperPrep All-Far West honors at linebacker as a senior, when he was also named second-team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports (SuperPrep ranked him as the No. 74 player overall in California-Hawaii-Nevada, Scout.com ranked him the No. 42 inside linebacker nationally). Scout.com named him to its West 150 team, the No. 115 player overall and the sixth-ranked middle linebacker. From his sophomore through senior years, he was a three-time, first-team All-CIF Southern Section/Mid Valley Division, first-team Pasadena Star-News All-Area and All-Rio Hondo League performer, including being named his league’s defensive player of the year as a junior and senior. He was in on 84 tackles as a senior (47 solo), with eight for losses including two quarterback sacks, seven fumble recoveries (four caused) and 18 passes broken up. On offense (tight end/H-back), he rushed for 260 yards and four touchdowns with seven receptions for 137 yards and two more scores. As a junior, he had 69 tackles (27 solo), 11 for losses with three sacks, as well as three interceptions and three fumble recoveries. He did a little bit of everything on offense, rushing for 85 yards and a TD, catching two passes for 87 yards and a score, as well as completing 21-of-51 passes for 415 yards (2 TDs/4 INT). He also started at linebacker as a sophomore, recording 77 tackles (46 solo), with nine for losses, one a sack, with two fumble recoveries and an interception. He had 230 total tackles in his prep career, with 12 fumble recoveries. He was called up to the varsity as a freshman for the playoffs and participated on special teams. Top games as a senior: in a 42-31 win over Sierra Canyon, he rushed four times for 149 yards and two touchdowns (including an 85-yard run), caught one pass for 47 yards and had four tackles on defense; in a 35-14 win over Temple City, he had eight tackles, five solo, with four for losses. Top games as a junior: in a 67-21 rout of Whittier Christian, he was in on nine tackles, seven solo which included three for losses and two quarterback sacks, had two interceptions and a touchdown reception on offense that covered 56 yards; in a 40-36 win over Paramount, he had a season-high 10 tackles (eight solo). Top game as a sophomore: in a 27-7 win over Paramount, he had a prep career-high 13 tackles (nine solo, two for losses). Under Coach Ryan Maddox, Monrovia was 12-3 his senior year, 11-3 his junior season and 12-2 his sophomore year, winning the Rio Hondo League title on all three occasions. Monrovia won the CIF Mid Valley title his sophomore and junior years but lost in the semifinals his senior season. He also lettered twice in basketball (power forward) as a freshman and sophomore, and three times in track, participating in the 100-meter run, shot put (career best of 48-0) and discus (149-0).
ACADEMICS—He is interested in majoring in Integrative Physiology at Colorado. Owns a grade point average of 3.4 in high school and has been a member of the Honor Roll.
PERSONAL—He was born June 12, 1995 in West Covina, Calif. His hobbies include playing most sports, in particular basketball, and video games, as well as coaching 8th grade football in nearby Duarte. Father (George Frazier IV) played college football (safety) at Fresno State, and an uncle (Damon Griffin) played wide receiver at Oregon and in the NFL with San Francisco, Cincinnati and St. Louis.