One year ago Oklahoma guard James Fraschilla produced a trick shot video that garnered nearly 60,000 views on YouTube, and now the walk-on is back with another, even more impressive compilation.
Fraschilla, who is the son of ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla, takes his talents inside and outside of the gym for this video. He mixes in a dazzling array of underhand, behind-the-back and over-the-shoulder shots.
The sophomore even recruits a couple Oklahoma football players, quarterback Landry Jones and kicker Eric Hosek, to help him out.
If that's not a good enough reason to check out this compilation, than how about this: Fraschilla is using the video as a way to raise awareness for the charity Hayden's Hope, which helps children needing life-saving organ transplants.
(H/T to Bro Bible)
'Trick Shot Titus' Strikes Again