Higley (Az.) High RB/S Kelvin Fisher grew up an Arizona State fan. Easy to see why, as his father was a running back for the Devils. It was a dream come true for the younger Fisher as he has been presented the opportunity to follow in his dad's footsteps. Arizona State as well as Eastern Michigan and Arkansas have extended early offers to the talented youngster and Fisher talks to Scout.com about his early recruitment.
"I have loved ASU since I was a little kid. I have grown up around ASU since the day I was born. After the ASU-Cal game, they offered me and it was a shock to see how much they knoew about me and how they wanted me so quickly," Fisher says.
While flattered by the offer, Fisher has no made an early commitment and does not plan to. He talks about the other programs, EMU and Arkansas, that have offered.
"EMU was my first offer," he says. "I was so relieved when I got it because it was like taking weight off of me. It seemed like all of my hard work was starting to pay off."
On Arkansas, "It is a really special school because of the SEC, which is a great conference to play in."
In doing some research on the Razorbacks he says, "Their website was very impressive."
Fisher (6-0 180) has starred on both sides of the ball for Higley at the varsity level since his sophomore year and he has no preference and what position he will play. In fact, he says all schools are recruiting him as an athlete.
stay tuned with Scout.com for more on this rising star.