Denzel Fisher had a great time Sunday night at the USC practice and now the Compton (Calif.) Centennial defensive back is hopeful an offer could be coming.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect who's still raw but quickly learning the game said the USC coaches were positive when talking about a possible offer and his first few games this season will be crucially important.
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If an offer from the Trojans came, it could change up his entire recruitment.
"It was great at practice," Fisher said. "There was a lot of intensity at the practice. It was a great experience being down there.
"They actually want to keep looking at me. They said to send film after the first two games and then most likely they're going to come through with an offer.
"It would be great. It's one of the dream schools I always watched when I was younger. It would be big for me. Those first couple games are really big. I'm going to come through and ball out."
The Compton Centennial standout currently holds offers from Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Houston, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Washington State.
Fisher, a three-star prospect by Rivals.com, has an official visit set up to Washington State the weekend of Sept. 20 for the Idaho game and to Utah in mid-October for the Stanford matchup.
At this point in his recruitment, the three-star said those are his two frontrunners but it's clear if USC offers it could switch everything up.
"Those are the two favorites," Fisher said.
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