USA Basketball U19 World Championship Training Camp Report, Part Two June 19, 2013 A consistent contributor as a freshman, earning a spot on the SEC All-Freshman team, Michael Frazier came in at a significant advantage having played for Billy Donovan at Florida already. He showed that he's worthy of a roster spot on his own merit here in Colorado Springs, though, quickly establishing himself as one of the best shooters on the teamóno surprise considering he shot 47% from beyond the arc this seasonóbut also contributing to his team's ball-movement and putting a strong effort in defensively.
Frazier is near-automatic with his feet set but can also make a shot with a hand in his face, even if you rarely see him take a bad shot. He appears to be a very good athlete but doesn't show that very often due to his underdeveloped ball-handling skills. All in all, he's not someone that stands out on first glance but is exactly the type of player who can play an extremely important role against international competition on a team like this, simply by spacing the floor, playing solid defense and not making mistakes. [Read Full Article]