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WVU’s Zach Frazier Named to Walter Camp All-American Team

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Sophomore Zach Frazier collected another national award this week, when the center found his name atop the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American team. Frazier was named a Second Team All-American for his work this season and becomes West Virginia Football’s 110th All-American.

This marks the sixth straight year that West Virginia has placed a player on the list, but the last Walter Camp team offensive lineman representing the Mountaineers was Colton McKivitz in 2019.

Frazier played in all 841 snaps this season and put up 60 knockdowns and 28 great blocks; that became enough to earn him one of 26 spots on the Second Team. Twenty-six others garnered First Team honors. This award adds to Frazier’s 2020 campaign’s 247Sports and ESPN True Freshman All-American First Teams, FWAA Freshman All-American Semifinalist standing, and All-Big 12 Conference Honorable Mention.

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