Just a few days after announcing that he would be leaving the SEC Champions, former Auburn Tigers starting quarterback Kiehl Frazier has found a new home in the form on Division II Ouachita Baptist in Arkadelphia, Ark., according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Frazier, a former four-star recruit out of high school, started a few games in the 2012 season before turning the reins over to Clint Moseley following a not-so-stellar start as Auburn stumbled their way to a 3-9 record.
Coming into the 2013 season, which would end up becoming one of the greatest turnarounds in college football history, Frazier was moved to defensive back with the emergence of Nick Marshall and freshman Jeremy Johnson as they battled for the quarterback slot.
At his new school, Frazier will once again battle to be the main man under center, but his new head coach, Todd Knight, says that he will do whatever he has to to get back on the football field.
“He just wants a chance to compete for a position,” the coach told the Democrat-Gazette. “He’s willing to play anything, really. He’s got a great attitude about it.”
Out of high school, Frazier was one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation, which would give him an edge at a smaller school. Still, it’s refreshing to see someone willing to do anything to get on the field.