ATH C.J. Fuller Profile
Easley High School athlete C.J. Fuller spent time working with running backs coach Tony Elliott and defensive backs Charlie Harbison.
"It was pretty good. I think I did all right," Fuller said in a recent interview with CUTigers.
The 5-foot-10, 185-pound prospect took away valuable lessons from both sides of the ball.
At defensive back, "I learned how to just stay with the man when it's your time, and make big plays when it's your time."
At running back, "Just work hard and protect the ball at all times."
Clemson is recruiting Fuller as a cornerback. He wouldn't be opposed to playing on that side of the ball at the next level.
"I'm OK with it. I'm just trying to do my best and work hard at it," he said.
This summer, Fuller also camped at Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech.
The experience in Blacksburg was a good one.
"It was pretty good. I worked with the running backs and the corners. I feel like Clemson was better, but it was still good," he said.
Georgia Tech's camp was even better.
"I worked with the running backs down there. It was fast-paced. It was good. I liked that camp. It was probably one of my favorite camps," Fuller said.
As a sophomore Fuller had 115 carries for 805 yards.
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