Brandon Fulse is currently the No. 9 rated defensive end prospect in the country and is ranked four stars by Scout.com.
Fulse holds offers from Florida, Georgia, Duke, Florida State, Louisville, Marshall, Rutgers, Stanford and Texas Tech to name a few.
He could be as good as he wants to be at either defensive line, offensive line or tight end. As of today it appears he wants to give tight end a shot at the next level but has the potential to do it all.
Currently sitting with two favorites with the Gators and Bulldogs but don't count out the likes Miami, Florida State and Alabama at this time. However, at the end of the day this one will come down to a Florida/Georgia battle with the home town team having the slight edge at this time.
Fulse is a very gifted player with great size and has great upside. He is bigger, stronger and faster than most of the talent he faces but plays with great confidence on every play. He has a great first step and has a high football I.Q.
2009: Fulse had 18 catches for 250 yards and two touchdowns. He had 70 tackles, 17 for loss, and 10 sacks from his defensive end position
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