"I'm mostly being recruited as an offensive tackle, but I can also play offensive guard. I'm better at offensive tackle, and I like it most because I'm good at blocking that defensive end on the outside. I take pride in how quick I'm able to block D-Ends.
"I'm on my way to Auburn right now, so I will be there for camp tomorrow (Saturday). They are ranked high in academics, and I have some older friends who went to college there who said the academics are great. Also, Auburn's football program produced a couple linemen in the past year who went to the NFL," Fisher said.
"My recruiting coordinator from Nebraska, coach E (Phil Elmassian), said that if it was up to him, I would already have an offer. The staff really likes me, but they have to see some of my senior film to see if I stay the same or get any better. My grandpa went to Nebraska for college, and he sent me to camp there about a year ago. I wanted to go to camp again this summer but I couldn't make it because of the distance. I like the campus and everyone there is really nice.
"Florida has big tradition, and I would love to go to a university with big tradition in both academics and football. I went for Junior Day and I'm going to camp there in about a week on July 21," he said.
"I'll take all five of my official visits--I just don't know where to yet. I probably won't decide until mid or after the season."
Fisher squats 500 and bench presses 330.
He reports a 3.1 core GPA, a 1150 SAT and a 16 ACT.