"He didn't feel like it was going to be a good fit for him," Massanutten coach Richard Moore said.
And so the parties amicably moved on. Fulce, Moore indicated, will have plenty of people interested in obtaining his services. "People have been calling. Illinois called. Maryland and North Texas called, so did George Mason, East Carolina, Appalachian State. Nobody has really offered. Texas Tech is interested, so is Providence.
"I tell everyone that he's in between a 3-4; he's a tweener and he can score it," Moore said. "He can put the ball in the basket. There's no doubt. Everybody is saying they're going to come in and check him out."
They're already coming to check on wing Darrion Pellum. The 6-foot-5 Tidewater area standout visited LaSalle and Providence early.
Virginia Commonwealth is also recruiting him.
"He can shoot it and he's 6-foot-6 and 215; he's athletic. I have him running point right now. He can do it all and college coaches are going to take a chance on a guy that's 6-6, can shoot it and is athletic."