Fisher showed a strong arm on Friday but overthrew several receivers, a couple on fly routes down the seams. He said his arm was loose, and being from Oceanside, Calif., isn't used to the cold of March or the heat of August in Ohio.
"It's definitely hit me a little bit," he said.
Fisher and Keith both welcome the competition.
"As coach always said, competition always makes people better," Keith said. "We're still fighting out on the field, battling and trying to do our best and compete day-in and day-out and then we're off the field trying to get better in the film room."
Hazell says he's seen improvement in both with how they understand what the offense is trying to do.
Freshman Reardon stands out