13 Jordan Fraser
At Navy: Enters the spring listed as the starter at free safety ... had a solid spring camp ... played extremely well last fall when called upon ... has good size and speed ... physical player who is a sure tackler ... has earned one varsity letter.
2010: Saw action in seven games, including making his collegiate debut as a member of the special teams unit at Louisiana Tech ... turned in 11 tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss in just his second season ... recorded a solo tackle in Navy's Poinsettia Bowl loss against San Diego State ... made his first-career start in Navy's win over Arkansas State on Senior Day ... it was his first time seeing extensive action as a member of the Mids' defensive unit ... turned in a career-high seven tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss against the Red Wolves and also broke up a pass ... produced a pair of tackles on special teams in the Mids' win at East Carolina and followed up with a solo stop against Central Michigan.
2009: Did not see any varsity action.
High School / Personal: A 2009 graduate of Basha High School, Fraser was a three-sport standout earning letters in track & field (3), football (2) and wrestling (1) ... an all-region football selection his senior year, he was named the 2009 Old Spice "Red Zone" Player of the Year ... voted by his peers to serve as team captain of the football team his senior year ... served as a volunteer for St. Mary's Catholic Church in his hometown during his high school years ... full name is Jordan Matthew Fraser ... born June 14, 1991, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... son of Bruce and Melissa Fraser ... majoring in economics.