Some say he knew every position on the field, and was called upon to help others learn their role - like he has in basketball.
In baseball, Frye's both first baseman and pitcher, known for his accurate throws, diving catches and play execution that shows how focused he is on playing his best.
And that game-saving shot last week at Hartford? It was a repeat of a shot he practiced routinely many years ago against another water boy after practices and games.
This season produced yet another career highlight, Frye said. It was his 33-point game against Bolton High, when he just kept pouring in the points to overcome the red-hot outside shooting of the Eagles.
"It's a mentality of mine," Frye said. "I don't want to lose, so I do what ever I can to accomplish what needs to be done."