|Height: 6.01||Born: Burnaby, BC|
|Weight: 202||College: Central Michigan|
|Birthdate: 1987-05-05||Years: 4 CGY / 4 CFL|
Calgary selected Fraser in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2009 CFL Canadian Draft and he signed on Apr. 30, 2010 after completing his final season of college eligibility.
After sitting out the season-opener, Fraser returned to the lineup in Week 2 and made 17 regular-season starts at safety and three more in the playoffs. He finished tied for fourth on the team with 48 tackles and tied for second with two interceptions, including a 16-yard pick-six against Toronto in Week 2 for his first career touchdown. He also had one special-teams tackle and one fumble recovery. Fraser registered a career-high seven tackles in an Aug. 18 meeting with Toronto. He had a total of 10 tackles in the post-season including four in the Grey Cup game.
In his second season, Fraser dressed for all 18 regular-season games as well as the West seminfinal. Fraser tallied a career-high in tackles with 24, along with one tackle for loss, one sack, and two interceptions. He added two fumble recoveries. Once again he proved valuable on special teams totaling 13 special-teams tackles and taking snaps on a number of special-teams units. Fraser had notable games on Oct. 14 against Toronto when he recorded four tackles, one special-teams tackle and an interception as well as Sept. 5 against Edmonton with four tackles, one tackle for loss and a special-teams tackle.
Fraser played in all 18 regular-season games as a rookie as well as the West final. He saw spot duty as a safety and was a regular on the special-teams unit. He was tied for fourth on the team with 14 special-teams tackles and recorded a total of six defensive tackles. This included a tackle for loss of Toronto’s Jamie Boreham on an aborted punt that resulted in a 16-yard loss. He recorded three special-teams tackles in an Aug. 15 contest against the Edmonton Eskimos.
Fraser played four seasons at Central Michigan and appeared in 40 games. He tallied 189 tackles, four interceptions — one of which he returned for a touchdown — one sack and one forced fumble. His most noteworthy game came as a sophomore when he recorded 10 stops and intercepted a pass in the Mid-American Conference championship game against Miami of Ohio on Jan. 1, 2008. Fraser was the recipient of Central Michigan’s Academic Excellence award in 2009 and was academic all-MAC in 2008 and 2009.
Fraser is a Stamps representative with the Red Cross School Bullying program, speaking to classes of elementary and junior-high students about the issue of bullying. He also donates his time to the Calgary Food Bank and plays on the Stampeders’ off-season basketball team. Also competed in track and field in high school and was part of a team that won a provincial title in the 4x100 relay.
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|Thu 20/06/13||Calgary||Saskatchewan||Thu 8:00 pm MDT|
|Fri 28/06/13||BC||Calgary||Fri 8:00 pm MDT|
|Fri 05/07/13||Calgary||Saskatchewan||Fri 7:00 pm MDT|
|Fri 12/07/13||Calgary||Montreal||Fri 5:30 pm MDT|
|Sat 20/07/13||Montreal||Calgary||Sat 5:00 pm MDT|