Anddrikk Frazier, Basketball Expert
Anddrikk Frazier was first given an opportunity in the winter of 2008 to fill-in as a color commentator for Spectrum Sports' basketball live game coverage. He has not looked back since. Beginning his radio color commentary career with International Sports Properties, Inc. (ISP) Networks and USF Basketball Bulls Radio in 2007, Anddrikk now serves as an analyst for Spectrum Sports' basketball telecasts.
A Tampa native, Anddrikk graduated from Tampa Preparatory School in 1994. While leading the Terrapins to their first-ever No. 1 ranking in boys basketball, Anddrikk was a finalist for Florida’s Mr. Basketball Award and earned several other accolades, including the St. Petersburg Times and Tampa Tribune Player of the Year, the Class 2A Player of the Year, MVP of the Florida Coaches Association State All-Star Game, and McDonald’s All-American Honorable Mention.
After earning a scholarship to Vanderbilt University and lettering for the 1995 Commodores, Anddrikk returned to the University of South Florida where he was a three-year letter winner from 1996-99. Anddrikk also served as team captain from 1997-1999 and earned the USF Men’s Basketball Richard & Roslyn Wittcoff Award.
Since graduating from USF, Anddrikk has remained close to the game of basketball by serving as an assistant coach for Tampa Prep from 2000-05, and head boys basketball coach for Hillsborough High School from 2005-2007.
Anddrikk is extremely active in the Tampa Bay community and serves on various boards.
In his spare time, Anddrikk enjoys spending time with his lovely family (wife Rena, and daughters Ariana, Aja, Alivia and Aryn) and, of course, playing basketball.
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