January 01, 2015. Louisville, KY (Analyzed Sports)
I recently caught up with Colonial Forge HS Senior 6-3 235lbs WR/OLB, Javon Frazier, out of Stafford, VA, who has some great colleges, from Marshall to Seton Hall to West Virginia State, looking at him, as signing day approaches. I caught up with him in an exclusive interview, below is the transcript.
Analyzed Sports: What was the best memory of your senior season?
Javon Frazier: The best memory of my senior season is against Thomas dale. It was 4th and some change inside our own 30 yard line I believe and they went for it and I got through two lineman and came thru for a big sack and the crowd went crazy and UNC was on the sideline watching.
Analyzed Sports: Your play for Coach Bill Brown, a legendary coach in VA football, has taught you a lot of things, what are some things that he taught you the most that you will keep once you leave Colonial Forge HS?
Javon Frazier: Coach Brown taught me more than technique and football he taught me life lessons like responsibility and how to carry myself in school and the real world.
Analyzed Sports: With signing day less than two months away, what are your plans till signing day arrives?
Javon Frazier: My plans till signing days are basically working out as much as I can, take visits, receive offers and talk it over with my parents and coaches.
Analyzed Sports: Your position is weak-side defensive end, what are some differences in playing the weak-side compared to the strong-side defensive end?
Javon Frazier: My position at weak-side DE requires more speed and finesse versus Strong Side DE requires more brute force and aggression, and I can do both
Analyzed Sports: Your will lose a 25 member senior class, including you, what are some things you want to want the players behind you to remember about you?
Javon Frazier: I want them to remember the passion and the leadership. I want them to remember the way I played also.
Analyzed Sports: You were selected to All-Area player list, what does that mean to you especially it was in your senior season?
Javon Frazier: It was my goal since sophomore year, I was happy and it made all the hard work seem worth it, I also made All-conference, and All-state this year.
Analyzed Sports: Tell us a little about what you like to do off-the-field like your hobbies and interests in life.
Javon Frazier: Off the field I like hanging out with friends, going to the gym, fishing, movies, and play Madden.
Analyzed Sports: Have you considered yet what field of study you would want to pursue in college or even a career field you want to pursue?
Javon Frazier: I want to pursue Business, Criminal justice, or Biology. I haven’t decided which field yet.
Analyzed Sports: Do you have a pre-game music playlist that you like to listen to before each game? If yes, what is on that playlist?
Javon Frazier: My pregame playlist is mainly rap music like Gucci Mane, Kevin Gates, and Young Dolph. Before very game we put on Meek Mill – “Dreams and Nightmares” on the speakers and the entire locker room sings it and gets hype.
Analyzed Sports: Who is one football player you would love to play with on the line with you in a pickup game?
Javon Frazier: Even though he doesn’t play on the line I would love to play a pickup game with Ray Lewis. The passion and energy he brings to the game is amazing
Analyzed Sports: What colleges are targeting you the most with signing day right around the corner?
Javon Frazier: The schools that’s targeting me the most right now are West Virginia State, Marshall University, University of New Hampshire, and Seton Hall
Analyzed Sports: What does football mean to you?
Javon Frazier: Football means a lot to me. It is hardwire in my family and has brought me places I wouldn’t have gone without football. It has opened doors for me that wouldn’t have been there if I didn’t played football.
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