Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville has raced to six straight victories. However they've had to do it without one of their top players. Cornerback Raymond Fisher tore cartilage in a scrimmage just before the start of the season and has yet to play in a regular game.
The 5-foot-10 and 170-pound Fisher had arthroscopic surgery a month ago and will likely be back for the playoffs.
In the meantime Fisher is working hard on his rehabilition and thinking a little about recruiting.
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When asked what schools he is looking at, Fisher said, "LSU, Iowa, Ball State, Indiana, Illinois, and Eastern Michigan. That's about it.
"I've talked to all of them but LSU.
"All of them are equal right now.
"I've been busy with therapy so I haven't been to any college games. I haven't set up any visits yet."
Fisher, who said all of the schools he mentioned have offered a scholarship, is the No. 25 prospect in the state of Ohio in the Rivals.com player rankings.