Before he was a likely top-ten NFL Draft pick (and possibly the No. 1 overall) — even before a bruising lineman in Central Michigan — Eric Fisher was a two-star recruit out of Stoney Creek High School in Rochester, Michigan. He was the first person from Stoney Creek (a new-ish high school) to ink a Division I football contract, although prior to his senior year he was mostly an outside linebacker and punter.
Although if I was a college scout and saw Fisher's arm on this fake punt ... my God, I must have him too.
The video alleges the throw as a 55-yarder, although the math doesn't quite add up from the 20-yard line to just beyond the opposing 40-yard marker. It's a legitimate 40 yards from the point of release.