"I felt good about my performance," said Fisher. "I moved around fast, got an interception to the house and just balled out. I felt like I kicked it up a little bit in the 7on. When I see teammates around me, I pick it up a notch, and just ball and I'm more comfortable in the 7on."
Fisher talked with defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin after the camp.
"I talked with Coach Meat for a minute and he said he'd let me know about an offer soon," said Fisher. "Hopefully it will come in but I'm just being patient."
Fisher is camping at USC this week for Rising Stars, and is hoping to earn an offer from the Trojans.
"I'm going to Rising Stars because I think USC is real close," said Fisher. "Coach (Tee) Martin is recruiting me and we're real close. I'm going out there to perform and get an offer."
Fisher thinks an offer from the Trojans or Bruins can only help.
"If one of the L.A. schools offer, it will boost up my recruitment," said Fisher. "Those are two top schools and it could see my recruitment rise to the top. Hopefully more will come around."
In the meantime, Fisher said that Washington State has been aggressively recruiting him.
"Washington State is recruiting me the hardest," said Fisher. "Coach (Dennis) Simmons is the coach recruiting me."
Fisher will camp at the B2G Elite Camp this weekend after Rising Stars at USC and then he'll be done with camps for the summer.
"I have Rising Stars then the B2G Elite and then I'll shut it down and get ready for the season," said Fisher. "I'm playing receiver this year as well as lockdown corner so I want to be ready."