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◊ Played in 32 of 33 games, missing the South Carolina after suffering a concussion and fracture of the orbital bone late in the Feb. 14 Auburn game.
◊ Moved into a starting role at Vanderbilt on Jan. 14 (following Juwan Parker’s Achilles injury) and got the nod for 13 of the final 19 contests. Started 10 straight games but only three of the final nine contests after his own injury.
◊ Ranked among the nation’s top-100 players in both free throw percentage (No. 83 at .827) and assist-to-turnover ratio (No. 85 at 2.12).
◊ Among SEC players, ranked No. 5 in both FT percentage and Assists-to-TOs.
◊ Sank 5-of-6 free throws in the final 28 seconds of a three-point win at Vandy.
◊ Exploded for 37 points at Mississippi State on Jan. 24, the highest single-game output by an SEC player during the 2014-15 campaign.
◊ His 37 points at Miss. State were the most by a UGA player in 23 years (since Litterial Green’s 38 points vs. UCLA on Jan 4, 1992).
◊ Also suffered a hairline fracture of his left (shooting) hand in a hard fall during Georgia’s win at Texas A&M on Feb. 11.
◊ Named SEC Player of the Week on Jan. 26 after leading Georgia to a pair of wins over Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
◊ Made 10 straight 3-point attempts in a 3-game span of the SEC schedule (Ole Miss, Mississippi State & Vanderbilt). Also made 24-straight foul shots in a nine-game pre-conference span (Stony Brook to Mercer).
◊ Increased contrbiutions during SEC play as a valuable member of UGA’s backcourt rotation.
◊ Emerged from obscurity to play 17 valuable minutes in a Jan. 18 win over Arkansas. Played the final 5:13 of regulation while starter Charles Mann was sidelined with foul trouble.
◊ Played season-high 21 minutes three times, most recently in consecutive games: regular-season finale at LSU and SEC Tournament win over Ole Miss.
◊ Closed his freshman season with a then career- and team-high 15 points in NIT second-round matchup vs. Louisiana Tech.
◊ Coached by Matt Sellars at Faith Baptist.
◊ Regarded as the top point guard of his class in the state of Georgia.
◊ In his senior year, he averaged 26.5 points in leading Faith Baptist to a 26-5 record and the state title of the Georgia Association of Christian Schools.
◊ As a junior, averaged 26.2 points, 4.9 assists, 5.4 rebounds and 3.1 steals and led Faith Baptist to 33 victories.
Full Name: James Frazier, Jr.
Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 19, 1995 / Savannah, Ga.
Academic Major: Sport Management
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