Kiehl Frazier — a starting quarterback for Auburn last season — moved to safety after losing out to juco transfer Nick Marshall in this year’s QB battle. After seeing little action on that side of the ball, he’s moving back to offense for good. We think.
Frazier has made brief cameos as a Wildcat quarterback and as a receiver in recent weeks, including an appearance in the slot versus Ole Miss this past weekend. Offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee says he’ll be a part of the Tiger offense moving forward:
“I don’t know if I can say there’s not any scenario that would send him back to defense, but he’s definitely going to be (used) heavily on the offensive side. Kiehl gives us that flexibility. He can play in the slot, he can play outside, like Kodi Burns kind of did when he ended up making the move. At the same time, you can put him in the backfield and he’s a run- and a pass-threat. It’s not like snapping it to a guy that you know can’t throw it.”
On the season, Frazier has rushed the ball twice for three yards.
That is all.