New basketball coach Jamie Dixon has brought in his first player at TCU, four-star point guard ranked No. 34 by ESPN.
In its announcement, TCU said Fisher is the highest-ranked player ever to sign with the Horned Frogs.
Fisher had committed to UNLV, but opted for TCU after a campus visit last week. In social media, he said he opted for Fort Worth because of his relationship with former UNLV assistant coach Ryan Miller, hired by TCU in April.
He also held offers from Arkansas, Memphis, Indiana and Baylor.
It is a payoff for Dixon’s efforts to add strong recruiters to his new staff at TCU.
National analysts complimented TCU for the signing.
Fisher joins a guard unit for the Horned Frogs that includes Chauncey Collins, who ranked fourth in the Big 12 in 3-pointers last season, and Malique Trent, who led the league in steals. But TCU was last in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio.