- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Spring 2013)
Redshirt freshman King Frazier added quality depth in the Nebraska backfield, helping the Huskers feature one of the Big Ten’s best running games. Frazier earned carries at I-back in three games, serving as a backup to Ameer Abdullah, Imani Cross and Terrell Newby. The 6-0, 220-pound Frazier played in 11 games overall as he was a key member of the Huskers’ special teams.
2013 (Redshirt Freshman)
Frazier ran for 44 yards and a touchdown as a reserve I-back. He rushed four times for 21 yards against Southern Miss, and added five carries for 14 yards against South Dakota State. Frazier had three carries for nine yards, including a three-yard TD run at Purdue. Frazier also saw action on special teams.
King Frazier redshirted his first season at Nebraska.
Frazier chose to walk-on at Nebraska after an illustrious career at Lee’s Summit High School in Missouri. Frazier was one on the top running backs in the state, rushing for 605 yards and five touchdowns as a senior, despite missing two games because of a shoulder injury he suffered in his first game of the season. As a junior, Frazier rushed for 1,453 yards and totaled 16 touchdowns, while averaging better than 7.0 yards per carry. He was also a threat in the passing game as he had more than 600 receiving yards over his last two seasons and eight touchdowns. On special teams, Frazier averaged 33.0 yards on six kick returns which helped him lead his team in all-purpose yards during the year with 109.8 yards per game. A member of the Missouri High School Coaches Association Class 5 second-team all-state football team, Frazier walked on at Nebraska over scholarship offers from Indiana, North Dakota and North Dakota State.
Frazier was born on Nov. 25, 1993. His guardians are Monica and Jeffrey Baker. King earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the spring of 2013.
» Games Played -- 12 games in 2013
» Rushing -- 12 carries for 44 yards and 1 TD (all in 2013)