Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles football program has already landed one transfer offensive lineman in Lamar’s Bless Harris. Tuesday morning, Florida State offensive line coach Alex Atkins offered Florida International left tackle Miles Frazier:
Frazier, who’s officially listed at 6’5 304 pounds has been blowing up since entering the transfer portal, earning offers from the Arizona State Sun Devils, Colorado Buffaloes, Kansas Jayhawks, Iowa State Cyclones, Kansas Jayhawks, Miami (FL) Hurricanes, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Ole Miss Rebels, Purdue Boilermakers, Syracuse Orange, and Virginia Cavaliers, among others.
He sports a 3.3 GPA and still has three seasons of eligibility.
You might notice Frazier used a picture of Devontay Love-Taylor. DLT also transferred from FIU, so there’s a connection there, which can’t hurt FSU’s chances:
Yessir!!!! Make that move lil bruh https://t.co/Yzh7jK9oDu— DevontayTaylor58 (@DevontayTaylor) November 30, 2021
Frazier’s FIU bio:
2020: Played and started in just one of FIU’s games in 2020... His lone start of the year came at WKU (11/21)... Helped running back D’vonte Price rush for 100 yards against the Hilltoppers, marking his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season.
PREP CAREER: Rated as a three-star prospect by 247sports… Played high school football at Milford Academy Prep... Led an offensive line to a season-high 371 rushing yards against Delaware Valley in 2019… Received offers from Bowling Green, Buffalo and Central Michigan among other schools. PERSONAL: Native of Camden, New Jersey.