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    7 Ray Fisher  
    Ray Fisher

    Hometown:
    Cleveland, Ohio

    High School:
    Glenville

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 185

    Position:
    CB

    Experience:
    4L


    11/11/2006

    Football Vs Michigan 2006

    Football Vs Michigan 2006

    Fisher played his first three years at wide receiver before moving to cornerback his senior season. He started 19 games at wideout and caught 118 balls (finished career eighth in IU history) for 1,070 yards and nine touchdowns. Fisher finished his career as one of 14 Hoosiers with 100 career receptions and 1,000 career yards. He also rushed for 98 yards in 18 attempts (5.4 average). The Cleveland native returned 18 kicks for 650 yards with two touchdowns, good for a 36.1 average, and collected 165 punt return yards on 17 returns (9.7 average). Fisher made 49 tackles, 47 solo, with one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and six career defensive starts.

    2009 Honors: Received All-Big Ten honorable mention from the conference coaches and media ... SI.com and CollegeFootballNews.com honorable mention All-American, ESPN.com, Sporting News and CollegeFootballNews.com All-Big Ten honoree, Rivals.com and Phil Steele's magazine All-Big Ten first team selection.

    2009 (Senior): Cornerback and kick returner made six starts and appeared in the first eight games of the year before suffering a season-ending knee injury on the opening kickoff at No. 7 Iowa ... received All-Big Ten honorable mention from the conference coaches and media ... SI.com and CollegeFootballNews.com honorable mention All-American, ESPN.com, Sporting News and CollegeFootballNews.com All-Big Ten honoree, Rivals.com and Phil Steele All-Big Ten first team selection ... made 40 tackles, 38 solo, with one forced fumble, one fumble recovery (26 yards) and two pass breakups ... returned 17 kickoffs for 635 yards, good for a 37.4 average, with two touchdowns and brought back six punts for 59 yards (9.8 average) ... became the second kick returner in IU history (Marcus Thigpen, three in 2006) to race back two kickoffs in one season ... kick return average led the nation, set a Big Ten single-season average and broke Thigpen's school mark for season average of 30.1 (2006) ... 635 kick return yards ranked sixth on IU's single-season list ... reached 100 kick return yards in four games and had at least one 40-yard return in five of the last six full games he played ... returned the opening kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown at Akron, the first by an Indiana player since 2007, and finished with 109 yards on two returns ... marked the first time in school history that a Hoosier returned the opening kickoff for a score ... boasted second TD kick return when he scampered 93 yards at Northwestern ... closed the contest with 101 kick return yards, a career-long 35-yard punt return and seven tackles, six solo ... forced a fourth-quarter fumble at the IU 5-yard line to preserve season-opening victory over Eastern Kentucky ... added five solo stops ... tallied a career-high eight tackles, seven solo, with one pass breakup in win over Western Michigan ... ran back four kicks for 130 yards, including a 60-yarder, at No. 23 Michigan ... posted five solo stops, broke up a pass and compiled 129 yards on four kick returns with a long of 43 ... garnered seven solo tackles and a 56-yard kick return at Virginia ... recovered a fumble and returned it 26 yards in victory over Illinois ... earned the Hoosier Big Play Maker Award on special teams ... five-time IU special teams player of the week and a member of the team's One-Play Warrior Club (special teams players of the year).

    2008 (Junior): Made nine starts and played in 11 games ... led the team with 42 receptions and five touchdowns and finished second with 373 yards ... rushed for 58 yards on 10 carries and returned 11 punts for 106 yards (9.6 average) ... ninth in the Big Ten averaging 3.82 catches per game and tied for ninth in league games only with 4.12 receptions each time out ... made a career-long 64-yard TD reception and finished with 75 yards on three receptions against Central Michigan ... gained 68 yards on five catches with a touchdown against Iowa ... tallied seven grabs for 43 yards and a score to go along with 23 rushing yards on two attempts vs. Michigan State ... added 46 yards on five catches at Minnesota and 43 yards on four receptions at Illinois ... caught TDs vs. Western Kentucky and at Purdue ... collected a career-best 29-yard punt return at No. 7 Penn State ... three-time Hoosier special teams player of the week.

    2007 (Sophomore): Second on the team with 52 catches and four touchdowns while sitting third on the club with 482 yards and 40.2 yards per game in 12 contests ... notched his first career 100-yard game with 106 yards on nine catches against Minnesota, including a 54-yarder ... set a career high with 134 yards and two touchdowns on six grabs against Ball State ... snared a 60-yard reception vs. the Cardinals ... grabbed nine passes for 77 yards at Western Michigan ... made five catches for 49 yards at Northwestern ... had four catches and rushed for 19 yards on two carries against Purdue ... caught his first career touchdown pass on a 24-yard reception against Akron ... snared three passes and posted a 16-yard run against Illinois ... caught a pair of passes for 24 yards against Indiana State ... picked up his only catch for a 4-yard touchdown against Iowa.

    2006 (Freshman): Played in 11 games, making one start ... caught 24 passes for 215 yards on the season, finishing fifth on the team in receptions ... had four catches and 52 yards against Southern Illinois ... played in his first career game against Western Michigan, making three catches for 22 yards.

    Prep/Personal: Played wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Ted Ginn, Sr. ... missed all of his senior season due to injury, but recorded 1,120 all-purpose yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior and picked off four passes ... garnered Northeast Lakes All-District honors as a junior ... earned a spot on the ESPN.com Class of 2006 Wide Receivers to Watch List ... also lettered in basketball and track ... parents are Robert and Debra Fisher ... born on Sept. 12, 1987, Raymond E. Fisher is a general studies major.

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