Former Alabama DL Joshua Frazier 'done with football'
ByCharlie Potter 8 hours ago
Former Alabama defensive lineman Joshua Frazier is hanging up his cleats.
On Thursday, Frazier announced via Twitter that he was “done with football.”
“I’m done with football. I’ve decided...I’ve got a lot going on right now in my life personally and can’t put my 100 into the game I love. Made some great memories with my teammates at Harber And @AlabamaFTBL and was blessed with the opportunity to be drafted to the @steelers
“Thank you everyone who helped me on my journey.”
Frazier was a seventh-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. As a pro, he also spent time on the Detroit Lions’ practice squad and with the Birmingham Iron of the AAF.
A reserve during his first three seasons at Alabama, Frazier played in every game during his senior campaign in 2017 as a nose tackle. He recorded 15 tackles with 2.5 for loss (-7 yards) and added a forced fumble, one quarterback hurry and three pass breakups to his totals.
A former 4-star prospect out of Har-Ber (Ark.) High School, Frazier was the No. 1 player in the state of Arkansas, the No. 4-ranked defensive tackle and the No. 79 overall player in the 2014 recruiting cycle, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite rankings.
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