Dallas Lincoln standout cornerback Mark Fisher confirmed that he is heading to Stillwater Thursday on a visit to Oklahoma State. The 5-11, 185-pounder played both cornerback and wide receiver for Class 4A state runner-up Lincoln this past season. He has already visited both Kansas and Baylor this month.
"I really wanted to visit Oklahoma State," said Fisher. "I loved it at Kansas and they offered me a scholarship and everything, but I need to see OSU in person because that has been one of my top options since my junior season of football. I'll go on that visit and see how it is up there and then be able to come back and make my commitment."
Fisher confirmed it is Kansas and Oklahoma State that he is considering at this point.
This past season Fisher had six interceptions even though he only had 18 passes thrown his direction. He returned one interception for a touchdown and he also scored a touchdown on a reception playing wide receiver.
Recruiting: Mark Fisher Confirms OSU Visit
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