5 Questions With……Tim Frazier
The newest addition to The 22,000+,”5 Questions With…” once a week we’re gonna sit down with a Penn State athlete and see whats on their mind. For the first edition we’ve got incoming basketball player Tim Frazier who is ranked the #1 PG in Texas and #20 in the nation. Frazier was one of the first to commit to Penn State during the past 27 win season. With the loss of Jamelle Cornley, Stanley Pringle, and Danny Morrissey, Frazier’s average of 16 points a game will be a needed boost to a team looking to return to the national stage.Enough of the stats, lets get down to the questions…
22+. What are you most looking forward to when it comes to playing at Penn State?
TF. The thing Im most looking forward to when it comes to playing basketball at Penn State is the atmosphere of college games and competition as well as meeting new people and winning games!!!
22+. You’re from Texas, are you going to be able to make the change to the cold weather in Happy Valley?
TF. I definitely think its going to be a huge adjustment from 100 degree weather to 0 degree weather as well as snow but i think ill be able to handle it.Especially basketball is indoors i wont have a problem ill adjust.
22– Kobe or Lebron?
TF–Im taking Kobe because he has the best closing game and thats what you want in the best player in the world.
22–How are going to be impacting the team in your first year?
TF– Im not sure how i will impact the team just yet. Im just coming in to help in any way so whatever way it is then thats what Im going to do.
22–Can anybody dunk better than you in Texas? And whats your favorite dunk?
TF–naw nobody in texas can jump or dunk like me hahhaha!!!! And my favorite dunk would have to be jumping over people or the between the legs!!!!
So there you go, 5 short and sweet questions for Tim Frazier. You will see more of him once basketball season comes around. But if you’re wondering if he is really the best dunker in Texas, let me show you a video that may help you change your mind.
Heres his last season totals going into his freshman season here at Penn State.