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    Eric Fisher: Kiper: CMich T Fisher will be mid-to-late 1st

    Eric Fisher - T - CMI - Nov. 30 - 3:20 pm et

    ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Central Michigan senior T Eric Fisher will be a mid-to-late first-round pick in April.
    We absolutely agree and have ranked Fisher as such for some time. The senior has faced off against solid competition this season, specifically against Michigan State, and more than held his own. He projects as a left tackle in the NFL. Nov. 30 - 3:20 pm et
    Source: ESPN

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