Kelvin Fisher Trims List To Five

Kelvin Fisher Trims List To Five

Higley HS ATH Kelvin Fisher (Gilbert, AZ) is one of the top prospects in the State of Arizona for the 2011 class. He's currently preparing for his senior season and he just recently narrowed his list to five. Who are the five finalists? Did Boise State make the cut? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com and offered his thoughts on his top five schools.

Higley HS ATH Kelvin Fisher (Gilbert, AZ) is one of the top prospects in the State of Arizona for the 2011 class. He's currently preparing for his senior season and he just recently narrowed his list to five. Who are the five finalists? "Boise State, Arkansas, Pitt, Washington, and Oregon are my top five," he said. "They aren't in any particular order as well. They're all even," he added.

Tight Ends Coach Scott Huff is quickly making a name for himself as one of the top recruiters on the Boise State staff. "Coach Huff is straight forward," Fisher said. "Sometimes you meet those coaches that try to make you jump on the bandwagon. He wants me to come play for them, but he's not like that at all. I remember the first time I met him in the weight room and he was a real cool guy. He went through the workout with me."

Kelvin took unofficial visits to Arkansas, Pitt, and Oregon over the summer. He has yet to visit the Boise State campus and plans on taking an official visit to The Blue. "I really like the program and how they play," he stated. "I speak to Coach Huff and Coach Petersen every couple weeks. There's no awkwardness when I talk to them. I like that a lot."

The standout ATH will most likely take his official visits following his senior season. He doesn't want to rush his decision. "I'll most likely take my official visits after the season," he said. "I'm looking for a place that I want to be for the next five years of my life. I don't want to be on a campus I don't enjoy. I want to go somewhere that will allow me to mature off the field as well."

Higley opens their season on September 3rd against Queen Creek. Fisher and his teammates struggled through a 1-9 season in 2009 and they're hoping for a much better season this fall. "We're practicing right now. I'm just trying to get everyone on the same page. I don't want another terrible season," he said. "We're opening with our rival on September 3rd. We've got a lot of motivation right now," he added.

Fisher (6'0, 180) plays both safety and RB for Higley. He feels he could play either on the college level. "I bring an intensity level that's different than most RBs. I bring a spark to the offense," he said. "On defense, I do the same thing. I just play hard on every down."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Kelvin Fisher.

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