"As a team we are doing very well, and individually I have been playing well," said Fuller of the spring. "Overall we have just been playing team basketball and playing hard, and we are winning."
At 6-foot-6 and 180 pounds, Fuller has the ability to play inside and out, and says he has been focusing on some different aspects of his game to become more of a threat.
"I am trying to get stronger, and I think that has helped me a lot in terms of finishing at the rim," said Fuller. "Just all around ball skills, I have been working on that a lot so I can play some point a little bit."
Recruiting wise things are definitely beginning to pick up. High-majors are starting to get more serious, and he even pulled in a recent offer.
New Head Coach Tim Miles made it a point to extend an offer to Fuller shortly after getting the job, and he is interested in seeing what the Cornhuskers have to offer.
"They say they like me a lot and how I play hard and do what I can to help my team win," said Fuller of Nebraska. "I am really excited about it, and I look forward to getting down there and seeing Coach Miles and what he is doing with that program."
Also Bo Ryan and Wisconsin have begun to pick up the interest. Growing up in the state, Fuller is familiar with the program and says the Badgers like what he brings to the floor.
"They tell me they like my versatility of being able to play down low and then also step out," said Fuller of Wisconsin. "They have been talking to my AAU coach a lot and saying they are interested."
For now Fuller is looking into all of his options, and says he is looking for a place where he knows he will enjoy his four years of school.
"The biggest thing for me is finding a place where I fit in and where it just feels like home," said Fuller. "I want to go to a school where I love being there every day."