Started 38 of 71 games as a Tar Heel • Has more assists than turnovers in 48 games • Has 207 assists and 106 turnovers • Made the ACC All-Freshman Team in 2005-06 when he started every game at the point for UNC • Scored a career-high 17 points in a home win over NC State as a freshman.
Cleared by doctors for on-court action in early July 2008 • Expected to be fully healthy in time for the start of practice in October 2008.
JUNIOR SEASON (2007-08)
Carolina's defensive player of the game five times in the first 12 games of the season • Tore his left anterior cruciate ligament while going for a steal midway through the second half of the December 27 win over Nevada • Was UNC's defensive player of the game and had five points, an assist, a block and two steals against Nevada • Underwent reconstructive surgery on his left knee on Jan. 14, 2008 • Won the team's scholar-athlete award for 2007-08. Averaged 16.3 minutes a game • Saw action at both guard positions • Was 9 for 30 from three-point range • Had 25 assists and 10 turnovers, an outstanding assist-error ratio of 2.5 to 1.
Had five points and four assists in win over Davidson • Hit two three-pointers and scored six points and had two assists and no turnovers in 14 minutes against SC State • That was the first time he hit two threes in a game since the Ohio State win in November 2006 • Had four assists and no turnovers in 11 minutes against ODU • Played 29 minutes against BYU, his longest stint since he played 30 against George Mason in the final game of the 2005-06 season • Had two assists and was Carolina's defensive player of the game as helped the Tar Heels hold BYU to 40.3 percent shooting from the floor • Started at Ohio State for the first time since the fifth game of his sophomore season • Did not score, but had five rebounds, three assists, a block and a steal in 66-55 win over the Buckeyes • Scored a season-high nine points on three three-pointers and added two assists and three steals at Kentucky • Matched his career high with three from beyond the arc (Gonzaga in 2006) • Back-to-back threes 32 seconds apart gave Carolina an 18-point lead in the second half • Had three assists and was Carolina's defensive player of the game at Penn.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006-07)
Had 46 assists and 21 turnovers • Played in 28 games • Had more assists than turnovers in 15 games • Averaged 17.4 minutes in the first seven games and 7.7 minutes in 21 games after injuring his foot • Attempted only eight free throws all year • Missed 10 games in two different stretches due to an injured right foot • Started at the point in the first five games through the Preseason NIT, came off the bench against Ohio State and Kentucky, then sat out six games due to a sore right foot and bruised hip • Had a season-high five assists against Winthrop • Hit a career-high three three-point field goals vs. Gonzaga • Hit two three-pointers and had three assists and no turnovers in 18 minutes against Ohio State • Played seven minutes against Penn on Jan. 3, his first action since the Kentucky game on Dec. 2 • Came off the bench to hit a three-pointer and another long jumper from the wing to cut Penn's 10-point lead in half • Re-injured his right foot on a drive to the basket in the final minute of the first half in the loss at Virginia Tech on Jan. 13 • Sat out the second half of that game plus the next four games • Returned to action against Miami on Jan. 31 when he played nine minutes and had two assists and two turnovers against the Canes • Key contributor in win at Duke • Had two steals, an assist and no turnovers in 12 minutes, his longest stint since the Kentucky game on December 2 • Was on the floor as the Tar Heels came from nine points down to within two points • Had a steal and lay-up in that span, his first field goal since the Florida State game on Jan. 7 • Had four assists, his best showing since he had four and five assists in the first two games of the season, and three points in win over NC State • Had five points, three assists, no turnovers and two steals in 14 minutes at Maryland • Highest scoring output in an ACC game this year • At Georgia Tech, he started for the first time since the Tennessee game on Nov. 24 • Scored three points and had one assist in nine minutes • Had three points and two assists in 86-72 win over Duke • Fast break assist to Hansbrough for three-point play gave UNC a 53-48 lead after Duke pulled within two points midway through the second half • Had five points against Boston College in the ACC Tournament semifinals • Hit both of his three-point attempts.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2005-06)
One of two Tar Heels (with Tyler Hansbrough) on the 2006 ACC All-Freshman Team • Third Tar Heel point guard to make the ACC Freshman Team (Ed Cota in 1997 and Raymond Felton in 2003) • Fourth in the ACC in assists with 4.4 per game and fourth in assist-error ratio • Started all 31 contests at the point • Averaged one turnover every 11.4 minutes of action • Had more assists than turnovers in 24 games (and in nine of the last 11 contests) • Made 34 for 44 from the free throw line (77.3 percent) • Scored in double figures seven times with a high of 17 vs. NC State • Had a season-high 12 assists vs. Saint Louis.
November: Had seven points and only two turnovers in 33 minutes against All-America Dee Brown in the 68-64 loss to Illinois • Helped limit Brown to three assists, five turnovers and 0 for 6 from three-point-range.
December: Had nine points, two assists and two turnovers in the win at Kentucky • Scored seven of his nine points in the second half (hit a long three-pointer, a flying drive across the lane and two key free throws with 28 seconds to play) • Handed out 12 assists against just two turnovers and was UNC's defensive player of the game in win over Saint Louis • The 12 assists equaled the third-most ever by a Tar Heel freshman and were the second-most by an ACC player in 2005-06 • Had a season-high seven turnovers in the loss at USC.
January: Scored a season-high 17 points, 15 of which came in the second half, and had four assists in the win over No. 12 NC State • Made 6 of 9 from the floor and 4 of 6 from the free throw line • Came into the game with only seven free throw attempts in the first 10 games • Scored nine consecutive UNC points over a span of four-plus minutes that left the Tar Heels with a 69-65 lead with 3:41 to play • Hit a three from the corner with 5:36 left after NC State cut a seven-point UNC lead to two • Had a key offensive rebound with less than a minute to play in win at Virginia Tech • Scored five points and had nine assists without any turnovers in win over Arizona • Hit 25-foot three-pointer just before the half to give UNC an eight-point lead • Was his second turnover-free game of the year • Singled out by Roy Williams for his outstanding defense, especially in helping to hold Hassan Adams to 12 points, 7.9 below his average.
February: Hit a three-pointer from the corner with 1:54 to play to help clinch the win at Maryland • Had 16 points (second-highest total of year) and three steals, but had four turnovers and no assists (first time in 2005-06) in win over Clemson • Season-high 7 for 8 from the free throw line • Had 13 points, two assists and no turnovers in the win at Miami • Was third straight game scoring in double figures • Scored 10 points in the final 10:29, including seven points in the final 5:13 • Three-pointer broke 56-all tie and sparked 13-2 Tar Heel run • Hit driving lay-up after Miami pulled within five and had back-to-back short jumpers around the 2:00 mark to seal the win • Had eight assists (ACC season high) and two steals in win over Georgia Tech • Matched his season-high with five rebounds and added five points, two assists and five turnovers in win at Wake Forest • Steal and dunk (first of season) was part of comeback from nine points down in second half • Was Carolina's defensive player of the game • Did not score, but had six assists and only two turnovers in win at NC State • Carolina had 24 assists and six turnovers, its fewest in 300 games dating back to 1997 • Carolina's defensive player of the game in the 81-57 win over Maryland on Feb. 26 as the Tar Heels held the Terps to less than 30 percent shooting in both halves • Had six points on two three-pointers with four assists, one turnover and three steals.
March: Had 10 points, five assists and two steals in win at No. 1 Duke • Hit a pair of second-half three-pointers, then converted both ends of a 1-and-1 with 24 seconds to play after Duke cut an 11-point lead down to just three • Scored nine points, all in the second half, in Carolina's 69-65 win over Murray State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • Hit a three-pointer from the right corner with 2:43 to play to give UNC a 65-61 lead.
Chicago Catholic League Player of the Year • Played at Brother Rice High School in Chicago and was coached by Pat Richardson • Earned McDonald's All-America and EA Sports All-America honors • Three-time all-conference and two-time all-state • Led Brother Rice to Elite Eight (Class AA quarterfinals) and scored 16 in quarterfinal loss to eventual state champion Glenbrook North • Averaged 21 points, five rebounds and seven assists as a senior • Missed eight games as a senior due to injury • Averaged 12.9 points and five assists as a junior on a team that went 26-2 • National Honor Society member • Four-year member of "High Honors," students with 3.9 or higher grade point averages • His dad won 398 games in 27 years as coach at Eisenhower High School • Has three older sisters (Alison played volleyball at Northern Illinois, Lindsay played volleyball at Western Michigan, Jenna attended Illinois State) • Born Robert John Frasor on October 31, 1986 • Son of Bob and Donna Frasor • His cousin Jason Frasor pitches for the Toronto Blue Jays • Last name is pronounced FRAY-zer (rhymes with razor) • Majoring in communications.
|Hometown:||Blue Island, IL|
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