Interest begins to build for three-star CB

Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate Academy cornerback Lorenzo Fisher holds a handful of offers. The 5-foot-11, 170-pounder continues to receive interest from a few other schools and broke down his status.
"Towson has really shown a lot of interest in me, they came to the school," he said. "I'm still talking to Rutgers a lot as well as Marshall a lot. I'm also hearing from James Madison and Eastern Michigan."
Eastern Michigan has offered, what are the other schools saying?

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"Marshall likes me a lot, but they are waiting for my film this year. I'm about to send it out. I should be getting an offer from them soon," he said. "It's the same situation with Rutgers, they are just waiting on this year's film. I'm talking to them a lot and they are trying to get me out to their campus."
Fisher plans to make a trip to Towson this Saturday, and claims other visits will be coming towards the end of the season.
"I can't make it out because we have most of our games on Saturdays."
Does Fisher like anybody?
"I'm waiting to see what happens with Rutgers and Marshall," he said. "I don't really know though. I think Towson is a good school and I'm starting to like them a lot."
The three-star prospect has helped Friendship Collegiate to a 4-2 record this season.