SIGNED: Max Fisher

Gonzaga (DC) wide receiver Max Fisher has signed his letter of intent to attend NC State!

http://www.scout.com/player/205593-max-fisher

Projected Position At NC State: Wide Receiver

Awards/Stats: Fisher totaled 41 catches for 583 yards and four touchdowns as a senior after hauling in 50+ receptions for 750 yards and eight touchdowns during his junior campaign. 

Fisher had a one-handed catch in 2015 that was the No. 2 play on ESPN's top-10.

Gonzaga was D.C. champion following both his junior  and senior seasons.

Fisher was an All-WCAC first-team honoree as a senior and junior... he was also named to the DCHSAA first-team.

Fisher was tabbed the No. 125 wide receiver nationally by scout.com, the No. 2 WR in D.C.

Personal: Volunteered at Campus Kitchen in high school. Father, Paul, played football at Bloomsburg and mother, Jody, played soccer at Maryland. Plans to major in sport management.

Commit Date: 8-2-2016

Recruiting Scene: Fisher picked up regional offers over the summer but was always impressed with NC State.  He attended the Wolfpack's Alpha Wolf Showcase and committed to the Wolfpack in August.

Why NC State“NC State is really about to take off. This season we missed a couple of games by just a few points. Against Clemson it was a field goal. Florida State was by a touchdown. Boston College was by a touchdown. I mean, we’re right there. If we get those wins we’re in the ACC championship. It’s just the beginning right here. We’re about to take off.”

Picked NC State Over: Maryland, Boston College, And Wake Forest Among Others

Scouting ReportFisher has good size and he is knows how to shield defenders to make the catch. He has long arms and he does a solid job of high-pointing the ball. He has plus ball skills and can make plays in traffic. He is a possession-type receiver. Fisher needs to continue to improve his acceleration at the line of scrimmage and getting out of breaks so he can gain separation against college defensive backs. He does a good job of catching the ball away from his body. His size and attitude should make him a good blocker on the edge in the running game. -- Brian Dohn



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