Tailback/linebacker Savion Frazier has committed to Tennessee.
The 6-foot-1, 208-pounder from Gar-Field High School in Woodbridge,
Va., told UT's coaches of his decision this weekend, according to his
high school coach Joe Mangano.
"He's the real deal in every possible way," Mangano said Tuesday. "I
would say that he is by far the best high school football player I've
ever been associated with. He's got greatness written all over
UT is recruiting Frazier as an outside linebacker and was the first
to offer him a scholarship when it did so last spring. Frazier also has
offers from Virginia Tech, Duke, Marshall and Louisville.
Mangano said Frazier has a 3.0 grade-point average, is a two-year
captain and holds every weight room record at Gar-Field.
Mangano said Frazier has run the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds and
posted the seventh-best Sparq rating in Virginia during a spring
football combine. The Sparq system is designed to test speed and
"He brings a lot of things to the table that are going to be great
for Tennessee," Mangano said.
Frazier just completed his third 200-yard rushing effort of the
season. He has 1,110 yards on 144 carries with 14 touchdowns. He also
has two sacks, two interceptions and a punt return for a touchdown this
Mangano said the best is yet to come.
"He's got that desire," he said. "He's going to excel in