One of the top rising seniors in Florida for 2011 is Ft. Meade's Brandon Fulse. The 6'5" 250 pound athlete excels on both sides of the ball as he plays both tight end and defensive end.
Fulse's recruitment has gotten off to a good start as several of the top programs in the nation have officially offered him a scholarship.
"I have offers from Florida, Georgia, Duke, FIU, Stanford, Rutgers and now Florida State," said Fulse. "Other schools that are showing me interest are Alabama, LSU, USF, Iowa and some others."
While early reports state that Florida and Georgia are at the top of Fulse's list at this time, the new offer from FSU has his attention.
"FSU offered me a few weeks ago and I do have a lot of interest in them," said Fulse of the ‘Noles. "They like how I am a player who could be good for them on both sides of the ball. I have talked to both Coach Fisher and Coach Haggins from FSU. They like me right now as either a tight end or defensive end."
Fulse says that he'll be going through the entire process so don't look for an early commitment from him.
Brandon told NoleDigest that he will be in Tallahassee in a few weeks for their first Junior Day.
Stay tuned to NoleDigest for further updates with Fulse, as well as the rest of the targets from the 2011 class.
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