Top-50 prospect Nathaniel Frazier set to visit Nebraska
Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei four-star running back Nathaniel Frazier is one of the nation’s top running backs, and he has drawn interest from coast to coast.
And next weekend, he is set to take his first visit to Nebraska, he announced on Friday.
Frazier is the No. 117 overall prospect and No. 8 running back in the 2024 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 16 player in California.
On3 rates Frazier higher than other recruiting services, according to the Industry Comparison. Per the 2024 On300, he is the No. 49 overall prospect, No. 4 running back and No. 3 player in California.
The 5-foot-11, 195-pound running back holds 19 offers. According to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine, USC hold a slight lead to land him at 36.8 percent.
Frazier — who received four offers during one January day — told On3’s Chad Simmons that it “was one of the best days of my life.” He also shared with Simmons on Feb. 2 that Nebraska, Oregon, Tennessee and Washington were four of the schools standing out to him.
“I know Nebraska fans over there are ridiculous,” he told Simmons. “They’re crazy, they’re all about Nebraska cause when you go over there, it’s Go Big Red or it’s nothing. You don’t hear anybody else talking about anything else but Go Big Red out there.”
Frazier will join a loaded list of recruits visiting Nebraska
In addition to Frazier, the Huskers are expected to host a number of the nation’s top recruits in Lincoln next weekend.
Phoenix (Ariz.) Five-Star Plus+ quarterback Dylan Raiola, Lee’s Summit (Mo.) North five-star defensive lineman Williams Nwaneri, top-30 prospects Ryan Wingo and Brandon Baker, and elite defensive lineman Nigel Smith are expected to headline a group of more than 40 visitors.
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Frazier has an On3 NIL Valuation of $91K. The On3 NIL Valuation is the industry’s leading index that sets high school and college athletes’ projected annual value (PAV). The NIL valuation does not act as a tracker of the value of NIL deals an athlete has completed to date. It rather signifies an athlete’s value at a certain moment in time.