Posted On: 11/9/19 11:08 AM

Class of 2020 forward Frazier Ott is an unsung prospect that bears watching on a loaded Chaminade team that is one of the best in the state.

The 6'8" Ott has developed into a quality prospect over the past year to the point where he has received plenty of collegiate interest from Division II and III schools. The reason for Ott's improvement as a player is simple. It all comes down to hard work.

"The key to my improvement as a player has been getting into the gym," he said. "Whether that means getting in before school or staying after practice."

Ott has received interest from schools such as Missouri Baptist, Knox and Manchester, but he was very excited to pick up his first offer from Division II Lindenwood University.

"When I got my first offer, I was in the car with my mom," he said. "I was so happy, I was blasting music and jumping up and down."

Chaminade figures to one of the top contenders in Class 5 this season with the return of standout players such as Kansas State commit Luke Kasubke, versatile guard Harrison Vickers and top sophomore prospect Tarris Reed, Jr. Even with all of

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