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Three-star Fisher claims favorite

Following a big victory in week one, cornerback Lorenzo Fisher and Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate Academy face a major test in week two. Off the field, the 5-foot-11, 170-pounder claims a leader, but is waiting for an offer.
"We opened up last week with Virginia Alliance and won 63-0," he said. "I did well. I didn't get any picks, but I had a couple tackles on special teams and at corner.
"I feel like as a team we should be ranked in the nation. I've seen other teams play and we're a much better team than last year. I think we have a good chance of beating DeMatha this year. I think we can go undefeated."
Friendship Collegiate Academy has a major test starting this Friday with H.D. Woodson.
On the field, the three-star prospect has seen a big improvement in his game.
"I'm a much better corner than last year," he stated. "My technique is better and I've got way better ball skills. I should lock everything down this year."
In regards to recruiting, Fisher claims five scholarships from Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, New Mexico, Temple and Towson.
"I'm still talking to Rutgers here and there," he said. "Rutgers told me to send them highlights of my first four games. They keep trying to get me to come up there. They told me they plan to see me in person for the St. Peter's Prep game when we go up there.
"I feel like Rutgers is going to offer and if they do I'll end up committing. They have always been my favorite school. I've been to the campus and it's beautiful there. That's where I want to be."
Although he hopes to visit schools, Fisher has no plans set at this time.
"I have no real time in my schedule," he said. "We got all these games, our schedule is packed with hard games."