WR Ahmad Fulwood Profile
Bishop Kenny High School sophomore Ahmad Fulwood was on the receiving end of that offer. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder was surprised to receive it.
"They've been really successful the last few years. I like them as a team. They're really good, in my opinion," he told CUTigers.com recently. "They're only getting better. They're picking up some really, really good recruits. In two or three years, they're going to be a lot better."
Though Fulwood has yet to visit Tigertown, he will make a one-day stop for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp on June 8.
Fulwood will also visit Miami, Ole Miss, Alabama, Wake Forest and Duke this summer. The rising junior has yet to make any kind of a college visit.
"Pretty much, I want to see a great atmosphere, a place that I want to be," he said. "A big fan base. Good academics, success and really good coaches that make you feel like you're back at home."
For now, Fulwood has no favorites.
"I haven't really thought about where I want to go. I'm pretty much keeping everything out in front of me right now," he said.
Already, there are plenty of options for him to choose from. Along with Clemson, Arkansas, Boston College, Mississippi and South Carolina have offered.
As a sophomore, Fulwood had 29 catches for 515 yards and eight touchdowns.
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