Parrish Fisher Update
Parrish Fisher Update
By Joshua Kinder
Kansas State is the top choice right now for Parrish Fisher. The three-start running back from Texas has a visit scheduled with the Wildcats for December 12, his only visit so far.
"They seem to be getting better and better," said Fisher, who has over 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns this season. "I think they're real close to getting to the top. They should have won those games this year and I think they're just a few pieces away from getting there."
Though not scheduled yet, the 5-10, 200 pound Fisher also intends to visit Georgia Tech, Iowa, and Texas Tech.
"I want to take all my visits, but right now, not having visited anyone, I like Kansas State the most," he said. "They're going to be real good the next couple of years and I can see myself being a part of that."
December 12 could prove to be one of the most important weekends for K-State during the recruiting process. Also planning on visiting the Wildcats that weekend will be running back Tony Temple, receiver Jerrill Humphrey, and quarterback standout Nick Patton. Fisher doesn't put a lot of stock in the "Chris Leak" effect, when multiple recruits commit after another high profile prospect commits.
"I'm not easily influenced by other people's decisions," he said. "But I understand why that happens. If one or two big name players commit somewhere, I might look harder, but wouldn't say that would be the only reason I'd commit. I want to look at a lot of things, whether or not it's a place I could fit in at. That's just me right now."
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