A sophomore outfielder from Jacksonville, Florida, Fraser started 38 of the 51 games in which he appeared as a true freshman last season en-route to batting .281 with 21 RBI, 33 runs scored, and 11 stolen bases. In his collegiate debut, he recorded two hits in a win over Towson. The speedy Fraser scored three runs on three different occasions last season. As a prep at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, he hit .420 during his senior season and was named a First-Team All-Coast pick in both that season and his junior year. Fraser also garnered First-Team All-State honors as a senior. Prospect Wire ranked him among the top-75 players in the state of Florida coming out of high school.
Mallards Field Manager Greg Labbe thinks Fraser’s style of play will provide a lot of excitement to fans at the “Duck Pond” this summer. “Fraser is one of the most dynamic players I have had the opportunity to watch in the past few years,” said Labbe. “His knack for making the sensational catch in the outfield is second to none. Fraser has tremendous speed, a quick bat, and can wreak havoc on the base paths. He is the type of exciting player that Madison and the Northwoods League will love to watch.”