DC Corner Waits For Offers

A number of athletes were in Pittsburgh this summer for one of Pitt's four prospect camps. One of them was 2011 cornerback Larenzo Fisher.

Larenzo Fisher, a 5-11, 171-pound corner from Washington D.C.'s Friendship Charter School, camped at Pittsburgh and North Carolina this summer. He came away impressed with both schools. Pitt was the first camp.

"I liked it, it was fun," Fisher said. "We did seven-on-seven, one-on-ones. Their coaches are looking at me, I liked it a lot. They sent me a letter in mail, thanking me for coming to camp. I called (receivers coach Scott Turner), and said to look for my highlight tape, that was it."

Fisher also said he might get back to Pitt for a game this fall.

"If I called to set that up, I'll probably tell them I want to come up for a game," Fisher added.

North Carolina, was his most recent camp, even though he got injured while he was there.

"I strained my abdomen, so I couldn't do anything," Fisher said. "I talked to their coaches, and they were telling me they are looking for two more corners. They have a commit from one, so they're only going to take one more."

Much like Pitt, he left the Tar Heels his highlight film.

"If they got to see my film, that's the main thing," Fisher added. "I'm hoping they offer. My film is good, I'm pretty sure they will like it."

In addition to camping at Pitt and North Carolina, Fisher has been invited to Marshall, Buffalo and Memphis for unofficial visits.

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