The future is strong in this one, Gator Nation. It was announced on Monday that Florida freshman Michael Frazier II was named SEC Freshman of the Week by the league.
The Deuce (as we will refer to him here), recorded 17 points in the Gators 82-49 stomping of Marquette in the SEC/Big East Challenge.
At 6-foot-4 and 200-pounds, The Duece gives the Gators a formidable talent coming off the bench this season. The Gators lost star Bradley Beal following last year, but with Frazier’s output against the Golden Eagles, Beal may soon be an afterthought.
Is this kid the next star? Let us know below!
Source: SEC Digital Network
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