Georgia’s J.J. Frazier earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament over the weekend.
Frazier averaged 17.3 points over his three games in the event, which featured 64 of college basketball’s top seniors competing in an eight-team, 12-game tournament.
Frazier scored 21 points, dished out eight assists and grabbed six rebounds in his Norfolk Sports Club’s 112-106 win over the Portsmouth Sports Club last Wednesday. He put up 10 points, collected three boards and had an assist, block in steal in a semifinal loss to Portsmouth Partnership. Frazier wrapped up the weekend with a 21-point, four-assist outing in an 87-86 setback in the third-place matchup.
For the tournament, Frazier ranked sixth among scoring leaders and among top-10 statistical leaders also was No. 1 in free throw percentage (100.0 percent), No. 4 in 3-point percentage (.692), No. 5 in 3-pointers per game (3.0) and No. 8 in assists (4.3 apg).
Joining Frazier on the all-tournament team were Tyler Cavanaugh (George Washington), Sebastian Saiz (Ole Miss), JaCorey Williams (MTSU), Justin Robinson (Monmouth), Matt Jones (Duke), Zach LeDay (Virginia Tech), Jacob Wiley (Eastern Washington), Emmanuel Omogbo (Colorado State), Naz Mitrou-Long (Iowa State) and Dallas Moore (North Florida).