I pointed this out a few weeks ago when Walter had Steelers drafting ILB in the first. DL or TE would be in play as well. They could do with a really dominant NT, and depending on how they view Jesse James long term then they could be looking for Heath Millers successor.
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.