Kelvin Fisher Jr. has tweaked his top three now that Oregon and Boise State have offered and so the Ducks, Broncos and Arkansas stand out most for the Gilbert (Ariz.) Higley athlete at this point in his recruitment.
"I was really excited when I got offered by both of those schools," Fisher said. "They have both been recruiting me pretty hard. They would send me letters pretty much every week, call me and e-mail me all the time so it was kind of cool to get an offer from both of those schools and I like both of them a lot.
"My top three right now is Arkansas, Oregon and Boise State and Pitt is right after them. I'm just staying with those and researching them and if new schools come in I'll research them as well so it's pretty cool."
The Razorbacks have made the cut multiple times now and Fisher, who finished with 819 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns and is also used as a wide receiver and on special teams, said Arkansas' coaching staff stands out most to him. He plans to take a visit to Fayetteville in mid-June.
"I really like their coaching staff," Fisher said. "Everybody on their coaching staff is really personable and every time I meet them it's very exciting and a joy to be in their presence. I like their campus from what I've seen on the Internet. It's really impressive so far."
Over the next month or so, Fisher plans to work out at the Corvallis NIKE Camp and take an unofficial visit to Oregon and Oregon State while up there. He'll also go to Arkansas and plans to see San Diego State in late June.
No decision is expected until after the season because Fisher, who is also hearing from Washington, Oregon State and UCLA, said he wants to enjoy his senior year and not be pressured to make a commitment.
"I'm going to wait until probably after the season," Fisher said. "I'm not trying to go into the season with the burden of having to make a decision. I want to enjoy my last football season in high school and then make my decision."
Fisher has also been offered by Arizona State, Colorado State, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Maryland and West Virginia.