"A lot of people have been calling and I think we will have a lot of people coming up as soon as the season gets rolling," Fulford told Scout.com.
According to Fulford, the four schools that made trips to see him were impressed.
"They obviously love him because of size, skill and length," he said. "He's not overly athletic but his size takes care of that. His footwork from a defensive stand point he can guard a guard."
"He's really skilled," Fulford added. "He's not a center. He's a four. He's got so much skill. He's not ready to be a high major four right now, but two years from now his upside is unbelievable. He's just not strong enough right now."
Huntington Prep played there first game on Tuesday. They'll be back in action on Thursday against West Virginia Wesleyan's JV squad.