2012 Olympian Jared Frayer is an assistant coach at Virginia Tech, where he played a role in helping Hunter Bolen to his first ACC title at the 2020 ACC Championships. He also mentored Bryce Andonian through his transition of redshirt to varsity wrestler in the middle of the season.
On the international scene, Frayer traveled with Mekhi Lewis and Ty Walz while they were competing to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials. Both wrestlers qualified for the event.
Prior to Virginia Tech, Frayer was an assistant coach at his alma mater, Oklahoma, where he was a two-time All-American and a Big 12 champion. Frayer returned to Norman in 2011 after a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Wisconsin. He coached the Badgers to consecutive top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships (2010-11) and helped develop seven All-Americans and an individual national champion in Andrew Howe. On the recruiting trail, he brought the nation’s No. 4-ranked recruiting class to Madison in 2011.
Frayer previously served as a strength and conditioning coach at Iowa for the 2008-09 season and was an assistant coach for three years at Harvard from 2003-06. In Cambridge, Frayer headed the Crimson’s recruiting efforts and coached five All-Americans and an NCAA champion in Jesse Jantzen.
A two-time team captain and a two-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree, Frayer left Oklahoma with a 129-38 career record and was the NCAA runner-up at 149 pounds as a senior in 2002. He was also the recipient of the Wade Schalles Award in 2001 for recording the most pins of any collegiate wrestler that season.
After graduating from Oklahoma in 2002 with a degree in secondary education, Frayer went on to win the 2010 U.S. Open Championship and was named to the United States national team five times. At the U.S. World and Olympic Team Trials, he turned in seven top six finishes. Frayer represented the United States at the 2012 London Olympics wrestling freestyle at 66 kg. Frayer clinched his spot on the team by famously defeating Brent Metcalf in the finals of the Olympic Trials in at Carver Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City.
Coach Frayer’s shows the most effective techniques from the upper body positions. The techniques are proven and tested at the highest levels and they translate well into all 3 styles of wrestling. Become a very dangerous wrestler from the neutral position and defend against tough upper body wrestlers. Discover how to be dominant from all upper body positions with Coach Frayers Complete Upper Body Series.
20 Part Complete Video Series:
-Hi-C to FHL
-Push Head to Over Under
-Knee Picks, Single Legs, Double
-Spin Out to Pancake
-Knee Block to Knee, Cross Block
-Inside Pry Swing to Back
-Front Headlock Inside trip
-Front Headlock Arm throw
-Front Headlock Arm Spin
-Front Headlock Hip toss
-Front Headlock Lateral Drop
-Front Headlock Body lock step around
-Step Around (Outside Trip)