"That's pretty much it for me at this point," he said. "I hope to make my decision over the weekend and announce next week. It's a hard choice because both schools have great programs. They each offer something different and have things the other doesn't have. I just need to decide what's best for me."
Fisher, who had over 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns this season, is intrigued by the idea of spending a year behind Darren Sproles at K-State learning the system.
"They're doing so many good things at K-State, winning the Big 12, 11 wins in six of the last seven years," he said. "And after next year Sproles' position is up for grabs. He's a great running back. Anyone can learn from that guy. And just playing in the Big 12 alone every week would be a great opportunity."
But Fisher, who visited the Wildcats December 12 and was
hosted by Sproles, is very interested in
"They are very up-and-coming," Fisher said. "It's their first year there and they're building a great program. They're starting to get a lot of attention from recruits and getting the players they want in their program. It's real exciting up there."