Kentucky 2022 recruit says he won't enroll in Lexington, will play elsewhere
Zahquan Frazier is not planning to play at Kentucky after all, as the JUCO transfer shared on social media that he has other plans.
“I will not be enrolling at kentucky .. I will be attending another university. #GodsPlan,” Frazier tweeted. His departure leaves the Kentucky class with cornerback commits Alex Afari and Andre Stewart in the class.
Frazier is a 6-foot-4 cornerback out of Coffeyville Community College, and originally from Cedartown, Georgia. He’s the No. 10 overall player in this class from the JUCO ranks and the No. 2 safety in the class. Frazier previously held offers from Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Texas Tech, among others.
In 9 career games at Coffeyville Community College, Frazier recorded 31 tackles (26 solo), and recovered a fumble. He averaged 3.4 tackles per game, A Sea of Blue reported. While he was not Kentucky’s highest-ranked pledge for 2022, he was expected to have a big impact for the 2022 football team.
The secondary is point of emphasis after the Wildcats are due to lose Quandre Mosely, Davonte Robinson, Yusuf Corker, Tyrell Ajian and Cedrick Dort.