When Penn State signed their 2020 recruiting class there were few players in the class with a higher ceiling and who possessed more raw ability than Zuriah Fisher. Fisher was my highest rated defensive member of the class for a reason.
The 6-foot-3, 262 pound Fisher came to Penn State as a linebacker, however, as expected, he has since moved to defensive end. Fisher has the length, burst and physicality needed to become one of the best defensive ends that Penn State has brought into the program in recent cycles. With the defensive end depth chart being pretty wide open behind projected starters Adisa Isaac and Arnold Ebiketie, Fisher should have an opportunity to make an impact this season.
Also, this article can not be written without mentioning that Zuriah lost his mother earlier this week. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Zuriah and his family during this difficult time.
Only 36 days to go!