Fulwood likes ACC and SEC

It's no secret that Ahmad Fulwood is big time. The young receiver is gaining attention from top college programs around the country. Fulwood hasn't officially named any favorites but he says three are rising to the top early.

Ahmad Fulwood will have his choice of schools when he's ready to make a commitment to a college program. The talented wide receiver is getting early attention from schools across the land.

"I am blessed to talk to all these different schools. I'm very excited about the recruiting process and I'm enjoying it so far."

Fulwood has some visits scheduled in the coming weeks. He's looking forward to witnessing a few conference showdowns firsthand.

"I'm going to Florida State for the Oklahoma game. That should be a really big one. I like Florida State a lot and I'm pumped to check this out. Then I go to Florida Alabama after that. It will be good to get back to Florida again. I haven't scheduled it yet for sure but I think I'll go see Clemson after the Florida-Alabama game."

Fulwood maintains that he has no clear favorites at this point in time but he is feeling the love from three programs in particular.

"I talk to Alabama, Florida and Clemson the most probably. They are recruiting me the hardest at this point. It feels really good because they are all big schools with huge football."

Miami was a childhood favorite of Fulwood's. He says he's still thinking about the Hurricanes despite recent NCAA troubles.

"I always like the U but I wouldn't put them in front just because I liked them as a kid. I'm thinking about the NCAA stuff and talking to my mom about it. We are just going to wait and see and I have a lot of other great options."

Fulwood says his mom is very important in his recruitment. He wants his future coaches to have a great relationship with her.

"Coach Scott at Clemson talks to my mom a lot. He is a really nice guy. My mom also talks to coach Hill at Florida a good amount."

Fulwood says distance is not a factor in his decision and that he will make the best decision for him and his family.


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