Jacob Fisher still has a lot to think about in the next week.
After decommitting from Michigan earlier this month, the Traverse City, Mich., West offensive tackle totally opened up his recruitment after shutting the door on everyone outside of the Wolverines.
Now, he has the tough task of starting things over as he gets to know brand new coaching staffs. Those staffs include Florida, Michigan State, Oregon and Michigan.
He got an up-close look at what Florida has to offer over the weekend when he took his official to Gainesville. Fisher, who was hosted by offensive lineman Kyle Koehne, arrived in Gainesville Friday and attended the Florida-Arkansas basketball game Saturday.
According to his head coach, Tim Wooer, Fisher “really enjoyed” his trip, but is staying “pretty tight-lipped” about his recruitment.
Fisher currently has Florida, Michigan and Michigan State as his favorites, but will officially visit Oregon this weekend. Wooer said he expects Fisher to make a decision shortly after he returns from Eugene, Ore.
“He doesn’t want to make a big deal on signing dDay,” Wooer said of Fisher’s decision. “He just wants to inform the coaching staffs shortly after his visit this weekend and have them move on.”
At 6-foot-7, 270 pounds, Fisher is rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com. With the loss of Chase Hounshell at the tackle position, Fisher would be a solid pickup for the Gators, who need to close with at least one more lineman in this class.