Cornerback Ray Fisher out of Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville has suffered through a frustrating senior season. Fisher injured his knee before the first game of the season, had arthroscopic surgery, and has yet to make it back on the field.
However with Glenville winning all ten regular season games and heading to the state playoffs, Fisher has hope.
"I'm looking to play in the third playoff game," Fisher said. "That's what I hope."
Fisher also still has high hopes on the recruiting front.
"I still have all my offers," he said. "Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, LSU, and Iowa are the main ones.
"After the season I'm going to go out to Indiana for a visit, but I don't know what date yet."
With his injury, are the college coaches still in contact?
"Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and LSU called," Fisher said. "I talked to coach Mallory from Illinois on Friday. We talked about how he sees me playing in college, grades, stuff like that. We talked a little about visiting there. I want to."
The 5-foot-8 and 158-pound Fisher played mostly wide receiver during his sophomore and junior seasons. He caught close to 40 passes as a junior.
Fisher is the No. 25 prospect in the state of Ohio in the Rivals.com player rankings.