LSU, Iowa lead for Fisher

The top two teams remain the same for Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville receiver/cornerback Ray Fisher and the lead is not a small one.
Coach Bo Pelini from LSU and coach Ken O'Keefe made the 5-foot-8, 156-pound athlete an early priority and that relationship has the Hawkeyes and Tigers as the frontrunners for his commitment. However, his top five includes many teams he is thinking about setting visits to.
"I have thought about them, but not as much as I'd like to," Fisher said. "LSU is one I know of right now, and Iowa, with probably Wisconsin in there too. Wisconsin is in my top five along with Illinois and Indiana so I want to see them."
Fisher along with his high school teammates are finishing up their mini-camp today in preparation for another big Glenville season. In the midst of training, the No. 23 ranked prospect in Ohio has been thinking about when he wants to pull the trigger.
"Around Christmas time is the best for me," Fisher said about an upcoming commitment. "That's really when I want to do it, plus I think I'll be ready then."
With a top two very much in the lead, what is keeping Fisher from narrowing it down to a final two?
"I just want to see more of the programs and how everybody is at the different programs," he said. "Once I know all that, I'll be ready."
LSU, Iowa, and Indiana are recruiting Fisher at both cornerback and wide receiver. Schools such as Wisconsin, Ball State, Illinois, Eastern Michigan, and others are recruiting him only on offense.