Three-star cornerback Lorenzo Fisher took his first official visit this past weekend. The Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate Academy prospect broke down the trip and what's next.
"I was planning to go to Cincinnati, but Cincinnati didn't offer and Ohio did, I just went to Ohio instead," he said. "I loved it, it was great. I loved it a lot.
"I liked everything about the school. I hung out with my host who was from the D.C., Maryland, Virginia area and he took me to parties and I got to see his room and I had a ball. The players called me their little brother. They treated me like family and really want me there, it was so much fun."
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Fisher went further about the trip.
"It's a party school, but you can focus there and I need that," he said. "I also love the coaches. They are great and showed me a good time."
Fisher claims other schools are still under consideration.
"I haven't seen all my options, I am planning to go to Buffalo on the 14th and UMass on the 21st," he said. "I do know Indiana is supposed to be trying to schedule a visit. The coach likes my tape and they haven't offered yet, but I may get out there for a visit before Signing Day."