Rivals.com caught up with 6-foot-1 175 pound junior point guard Corey Fisher this weekend at the Five Star Camp in Honesdale, PA. The Elizabeth, NJ St. Patrick's standout said that he has several major offers and plans to take a few visits next month.
"I have offers from Kentucky, St. John's, Connecticut, Virginia Tech, Memphis, DePaul, and Stanford," Fisher said as he watched his younger brother compete in a camp game. "There are others too. I'm still open."
He's got a couple of trips scheduled upon his return from Five Star, saying, "I'm going to visit Memphis and Connecticut before school starts. I'm going to take some more visits in September, but I haven't scheduled the dates yet."
Fisher, the nation's #52 ranked junior, played well for St. Patrick's last season averaging 11.3 points and 8 assists per game for coach Kevin Boyle. He played with the Long Island Lightning in the spring and summer, and was a standout performer at the Reebok ABCD Camp in July.
Fisher is a powerfully built guard capable of playing either on or off the ball. He has great burst off the dribble and is a terrific leaper and finisher. Though he has been a streaky shooter, his form has improved along with his accuracy of late. Fisher is a tough defender, and does an excellent job on the glass from the guard spot.
Early rumors had St. John's in the driver's seat, but Fisher told us that he doesn't have a leader at this time. Still, look for the Red Storm to be a factor in this race right down to the end.
Rivals.com will see Fisher and St. Patrick's at several high profile high school events this fall and winter.