|Position:||Offensive Graduate Assistant|
Parks Frazier begins his second season as a graduate assistant coach working on the offensive side of the ball.
His first season at A-State, Frazier helped lead the Red Wolves to an 8-5 overall record, a Sun Belt Conference championship with a 7-1 league record and a 31-13 victory over UCF in the 2016 Cure Bowl.
A two-year letterman as a quarterback at Murray State, Frazier spent the spring of 2015 working with defensive quality control at Samford before serving as an intern on the Middle Tennessee football staff during the 2015 season.
His lone season at Middle Tennessee saw the Blue Raiders win seven games and make an appearance in the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl.
Frazier played in seven games with two starts at Murray State, throwing for 900 yards and six touchdowns. The two-year letterman at Murray State was named to the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll and was a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
Prior to Murray State, Frazier spent one season at Northeast Mississippi Community College, where he led the team to the playoffs for the first time in over a decade with 1,000 yards passing and 12 touchdowns while being named an All-State Honorable Mention selection. He redshirted his freshman season at Ole Miss.
The Corinth, Miss., native earned is bachelor's degree in computer science from Murray State University in 2014. He was a three-year varsity football letterman at Corinth High School, earning all-division recognition twice.