Fuller returns to Clemson

For the first time since committing to Clemson, C.J. Fuller was in town last month for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

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The Easley High School senior recently discussed that trip with CUTigers.

"It went pretty good…it was good to go in there and work with my future running backs coach, coach [Tony] Elliott," Fuller said. "He was coaching me kind of hard. Seeing some of the other committed guys there, it was fun the whole week."

The 5-10, 200-pound running back took a couple of things back home to Easley.

"One of the biggest things I picked up was the work ethic," he said. "I've got to develop a stronger work ethic to make it on the next level. And some key cuts that I can do. That's about it."

While in town, Fuller spent time with several other Clemson commitments, including Deshaun Watson, Cannon Smith, Milan Richard and Korie Rogers.

"I got to meet them," Fuller said. "They were telling me and we were talking about how our class is going to do something big. We were just excited to meet each other."

As for the rest his summer, Fuller plans on staying close to home.

"I'm going to be around town working out, doing 7-on-7 and getting ready for this season," he said.

As a junior, Fuller rushed for over 2,000 yards and scored 19 touchdowns.

He finished with 115 carries for 805 yards as a sophomore.

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