The lead guard from St. Patrick High School showed yesterday why Villanova's Jay Wright was one of many division one schools that offered Fisher a free ride. Fisher will play for the Wildcats next season.
Corey scored 16 points and added 10 assists to lead St. Patrick past Atlantic City at the Hoop Group sponsored event held on the campus of Seton Hall University.
St. Patrick led 20-7 after the first quarter and 38-17 at the half. Fisher and his fellow starters sat out the final quarter as the subs got plenty of action in the final quarter.
"It was great to have a good game," Fisher said after the contest. "It's nice to win this too."
Corey was referring to the MVP trophy, voted on by writers and reporters at the event. Fisher deserved it. He also had six rebounds and three steals.
Memphis recruit Jeff Robinson also had a big game. The high-flying 6-foot-6 athlete from St. Patrick scored 23 points.
Darnell Davis was named the MVP for Atlantic City. He scored 14 points and worked very hard on both ends of the court.