He was drafted in the seventh round (238 overall) by the Indianapolis Colts in 2010 and was released after the pre-season
Fisher distinguished himself as an impact player on offence and defence during his collegiate career at Indiana. A wideout during his first three seasons, Fisher caught 118 passes (8th on Indiana’s All-Time list) for 1,070 yards and nine TDs and is one of 14 Hoosiers with over 100 career receptions and 1,000 career yards. He also rushed for 98 yards on 18 carries. As a senior in 2009, Fisher moved to the defence and did double duty as a cornerback and kick returner before suffering a season-ending knee injury. In eight games (six starts) Fisher posted 49 tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery and returned 17 kickoffs for 635 yards and two touchdowns and six punt returns for 59 yards. His kick return average of 37.4 yards led the nation, established a Big Ten single season mark and broke the school record previously held by current Hamilton Tiger-Cat Marcus Thigpen. Ray majored in general studies.
He attended Glenville High School (Cleveland, OH) where he saw action on both sides of the ball. He also lettered in basketball and track.