Fuller Collecting 2010 Offers

Moreno Valley is going to go back-to-back with big school signees. First, there was Michael Snaer, a McDonald's All-American. Next is up and coming point guard Kyle Fuller from the Class of 2010.

Kyle Fuller, a 6-foot-1 point guard out of Rancho Verde (Calif.) Moreno Valley turned in a strong junior season alongside Michael Snaer. Now the Class of 2010 point guard is reflecting on the year and looking forward to the spring.

"We ended up the season losing to Mater Dei by seven," Fuller said. "I guess it was kind of good because every team they played before us they killed by 20-30 and I'm talking about the No. 4 team in the nation. Michael Snaer and I tried to put it down on them; it was a heartbreaker."

With offers from Cal and Vanderbilt, Fuller is hearing from a bunch of West Coast programs. Stanford is dabbling and UCLA is looking. So far, Fuller's visited Cal, Stanford, Vanderbilt and UCLA.

While Fuller isn't quite prepared to pull the trigger, the topic comes up around the dinner table every now and then. "I know it's going to come up in a couple of months. Me and my parents have been talking about it. My mom is high on Vanderbilt. We're trying to see which one is the best fit for me."

This week, the newbies at Arizona reached out to let him know they'd be stopping by the school to check on him. "I guess now Arizona is in the mix because of the new coach. I talked to an assistant and they said I'm the No. 1 point guard on the list and they'd be at the school next week. All the colleges I've named will be there at my school next week."

There was a time, when Fuller was tracking as a shooting guard but that's news to him. "I'm being recruited as a point. I don't understand why I'm listed as a shooting guard. Some people say because it's how I'm built. I can shoot it but I always bring it up the court and run it.

"What people say I'm good at is defense. My motto is if I take the head of the snake out, the rest of the body won't work. That's what I feel. Usually I can come out good on that because that's what I do."

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