Ohio CB opens up his recruitment

There has always been a clear top two for Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville cornerback/wide receiver Ray Fisher and though nothing has changed on that front, he is including three more schools in a solid top five.
Fisher, who is rated as the No. 25 overall prospect in Ohio, had no problem building a mountain of offers with LSU, Wisconsin, Iowa, Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, and many others on his list. He has favored the two out-of-state programs for some time, but now has added a few others.
"My top five are LSU, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana," Fisher said. "LSU and Iowa are still on top. When I went to Iowa I liked their campus. I like how tough the coaches are there too."
"I'm going to head to LSU probably in December after the season finishes up."
The other three made their way into his top group of teams because Fisher's curiosity has been peaked.
"There is interest in all three of the others ones," Fisher said about Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. "Wisconsin sends a lot of receivers to the NFL and I'm real close with coach (Henry) Mason.
His decision will have to come after all of his visits have completed and his season is done.
"I'll be deciding in January probably after my trips," he said. "LSU and Iowa are definite visits. Illinois is also a place I'll visit because I really like coach Ron Zook and what he's doing there."
Fisher is rated as the No. 44 cornerback in the nation. On offense during his junior season, he collected 40 receptions and 11 touchdowns.