Denzel Fisher has two Pac-12 official visits planned and the Compton (Calif.) Centennial cornerback could be taking a surprising unofficial trip that might be big.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star prospect will be at Washington State in late September, Utah in mid-October and he's also seriously considering a visit to Fresno State and the Bulldogs might be one of the favorites in his recruitment.
"I might take an unofficial visit to Fresno State," Fisher said. "It's kind of close to home. I have a good friend that goes there, Delvon Hardaway, and he's been telling me it's a great school with good football, too.
"I'm open to them. I'm open to everybody."
Fisher will be at the Washington State-Idaho game in September and then he heads to the Utah-Stanford matchup the following month.
Those are the two official visits Fisher has planned and then the three-star is expected to wait until after his senior season to figure out his other trips.
A lot of Pac-12 interest has come in for Fisher, who shined during the 7on7 season, and the Compton Centennial standout said he wants to wait a few months to see if any other offers come in.
So far, Fisher has been offered by Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Houston, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Washington State.
"I'm just going to wait to see what goes on during my senior year and I'm going to take officials to the schools that get interested," Fisher said. "I'll take those other trips later."