"I got a couple new offers, from Maryland and Louisville; I already had some from NC State, Maryland, and Louisville," said the 6-foot-6, 268-pounder. "They are all good programs, they are rebuilding, and the educational value is good."
Fischer plans to major in sports medicine hoping to work in a strength and conditioning program, so getting to see schools in person could help in making his decision.
"The week of July 10, I am going up to Maryland, Virginia, and Virginia Tech. I plan on going to a camp at North Carolina in the middle of July. Pretty much they said if I go up there to visit and work out then I can get an offer. I plan on visiting NC State some while I am there."
Unlike Richardson, who has already plans to South Carolina, and Cloy, who plans to announce his college choice soon, Fischer would like to wait until the season to make a commitment.