Twins Earn Spot on Radar's Josh Clark recently caught up with one of Iowa State's prime JUCO offensive line targets for the Class of 2005, Dixie State (Utah) standout Paul Fisher. As it turns out, Fisher's twin brother is also getting a look from Cyclone coaches.

Both Paul and Scott Fisher were highly recruited offensive lineman out of Dixie High School in Saint George, Utah back in the Class of 2001. After signing with BYU, both decided to transfer to Dixie State junior college this fall, and both have re-opened their recruitment.

"We both have a visit set to Wisconsin on December 10th," said Paul Fisher. "Iowa State is our only offer, but Wisconsin, Arizona, and Utah State are all showing significant interest as well."

Paul will not graduate until May while Scott will be a mid-year transfer following completion of this semester in December.

"Scott has been doing a lot more research than I have because he will be leaving sooner than me," added Paul Fisher, who stands at 6'7 and 330 pounds. "He plays left tackle, and I play right tackle. We each only gave up one sack in our entire high school career, and we had 51 scholarship offers. We'd like to find a place to go together, but we also don't want to be back-ups while we're at the school."

Expect the Fisher's to set-up an official visit to Iowa State, as well.

"Coach (Tony) Alford has been showing us a lot of interest, and they wanted us to visit on the weekend of December 10th before we set it up with Wisconsin. We'll likely re-schedule that visit for sometime. I still have a lot to learn about them and the others, and right now my focus is taking care of all the credits I need to complete. Otherwise, my only option will be to return to BYU," concluded Paul Fisher.

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