Not afraid to take contact when driving to the hoop
Gets to the free throw at a high rate for a point guard
Improved three-point shooter
Does a nice job of finding open teammates off his drive ability
Doesn't shy away from the big moment
Quick hands on the defensive end
Can be a pesky man-to-man defender
Tends to play out of control at times, trying to do too much
Will need to be more of a distrubtor at the next level
Undersized as he is generously listed at 6-0
Summary: Fisher has been in the shadows of Scottie Reynolds since coming to Villanova, but will get the opportunity to be the team's go-to player this season. How well he handles that role will likely determine whether or not he is a late first round pick or falls into the second. This is a fairly loaded class of senior point guards who are in a similar situation as Fisher meaning the Villanova senior must have a breakthrough year to truly be considered a first-round talent.
Player Comparison: Sebastian Telfair. Telfair is at his best when he is using his quickness to drive to the basket and finish, or dish off to a teammate. Fisher is in the same mold, but maybe a slightly better perimeter shooter. A lack of ideal size for an NBA point guard has been a factor for Telfair and may be for Fisher as well.
the browns are NOT taking a qb at #1 overall who is a FAR inferior prospect compared to a player of myles garrett's caliber. also, kizer as a first round pick is a joke of an analysis. he's barely clinging to his starting job in college. he's a second rounder at best.