Denzel Fisher has a lot of schools recruiting him and a bunch recently stopped to watch spring practice. There is one, though, that stands out a little more than the rest.
"The standout right now is Washington State," Fisher said. "They've been on me really hard. Washington State is really standing out for me but I'm still showing love to every school.
"Basically, they're talking about school. School is always first. They're saying the school is great and if I'm going to be in the program I'm not only going to just be a player attending the school, I'm going to be family."
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The Cougars have the lead but Fisher, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star safety from Compton (Calif.) Centennial, also has offers from Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Houston, San Diego State, San Jose State and Utah.
That means Fisher is going to look at all those programs plus he's hearing from USC, Oregon State, Arizona, Nevada, BYU and others so a decision is not expected soon.
"Everything in recruiting is going good right now," Fisher said.
Because there is so much new interest, Fisher doesn't want to rush anything. He recently worked out at USC camp and he wants to see what the Trojans do before anything else happens.
Washington State is the frontrunner but the Compton Centennial recruit wants to remain patient since so many other things could happen.
"I'm just hopeful," Fisher said. "I'm just waiting right now. They should come through though."