Biography: Three-year starter moved to cornerback last season after being a productive receiver the prior three years. Posted 40 tackles and broke up two passes as a senior, when he also averaged 9.8 yards on six punt returns and 37.4 yards on 17 kick returns with two scores. Struggled with a knee injury last season and missed three games. Led the team in receptions as a junior, with totals of 42/373/5. Sophomore receiving totals included 52/482/4.
Positives: Athletic prospect who has shown himself to be a top return specialist. Displays solid awareness, effectively reads receivers eyes and displays a nice move to the throw. Battles with opponents throughout the action, possesses a burst of speed, and plays faster than his forty time. Correctly positions himself against opponents, sized well, and possesses a better-than-average ball skills. Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage at receiver, uses his hands to separate from defenders, and comes back to the ball out of breaks. Consistently finds the open spot the field and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Displays strong hands at receiver. Did a solid job on coverage units besides returning punts and kicks at Indiana.
Negatives: Lacks the great bulk and will struggle in battles. Shows hesitation in his game at cornerback.
Analysis: Fischer has been productive in all three facets of the game on offense, defense, as well a special teams. He never truly developed at one position, but we prefer him at receiver. Fischer could be a surprise undrafted rookie in 2010 who impacts the game on special teams.
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