Johnny Frasier burst into the national spotlight in the fall of 2013.
His biggest moment came in a 62-6 victory over North Duplin. He set the state record for most points in a game with 50 on touchdown runs of 85, 56, 46, 37, 91, 3 and 62 yards, a 76-yard pass reception and a two-point conversion. He finished with 410 yards rushing.
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The game was remarkable, but he had played well all season. He rushed for 139 yards or more in the Bulldogs first five game before Warsaw James Kenan held him to 75 yards. He had 154 yards receiving in that 35-22 loss.
Frasier gained 189 yards in the next game, a 50-0 win over Hobbton, and gained 230 or more yards in the next six games, including games of 273, 410, 350 and 297.
In his last six games, he scored 27 touchdowns.
He already was a great back, but then everything came together for him, said Princeton coach Derrick Minor.
Frasier had rushed for 1,094 yards in 2012 on a 5-9 team that won four playoff games after finishing the regular season with a 2-8 record.