O-Zone Prep Spotlight: Jordan Frazier, Lighthouse Christian Football
SPRINGFIELD, MO - Each week the O-Zone team gives you an inside look at an area high school athlete. This week we chat with Lighthouse Christian junior football player Jordan Frazier.
When Jordan is not playing football, he also enjoys weight lifting, fishing, reading, playing XBox, and hanging with his friends. At 6'6" and 235 pounds with a 33" vertical, Jordan is drawing some major attention as a class of 2014 receiver. He's receiving interest from Mizzou, Iowa, Miami, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Memphis and Lamar.
Favorite Athlete - Deion Sanders
Favorite Movie - Shutter Island
Favorite Food - Buffalo Wild Wings Medium Boneless Wings
Favorite Actor/Actress - Will Ferrell
Least Favorite Athlete - Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson
Favorite Team - Los Angeles Lakers
Jordan is strong acadmically and would like to score a 30 on the ACT before graduation. People may not realize he's also an avid reader.
Jordan and the Chargers open the season August 25th at Steelville. The home opener is September 15th vs. Oklahoma Union at Willard High School. Lighthouse Christian is a perennial home school national contender and Jordan is ready to lead the way this fall.
"I have had some pretty great seasons in the past, but I have all my attention set on this season as I try for 50+ catches, 1,000 yards receiving, and 10 touchdowns."
Last season he had 32 catches for 535 yards and 5 touchdowns.
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