MARRERO, La. — Saying his commitment to Arkansas was made in the “spur of the moment,” John Ehret High offensive lineman Dwayne Fisher decided last weekend it was important to take his time and enjoy the recruiting process.
Fisher, a rising senior, decommitted from the Razorbacks on Saturday after offering a verbal pledge little more than a month ago … but is still considering them, despite his decommitment.
“It got to the point to where I wanted to take all my unofficial and official visits,” Fisher said in a brief interview Tuesday at his school. “I wanted to experience other colleges and see how things are there.”
Fisher’s high school teammate, linebacker De’jon Harris, signed with Arkansas in February and will report to Fayetteville, Ark., for summer workouts on May 28.
Fisher also holds scholarship offers from Colorado, Arkansas State and Louisiana-Monroe.
“He wanted to experience the recruiting process,” Ehret coach Corey Lambert said.
The Razorbacks, following Tuesday’s commitment from junior college wide receiver Jonathan Nance, have nine players committed in their 2017 recruiting class.