Fuller had a chance to meet and hang out with Georgia Tech linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu. "He's a good guy that is from my part of the country (Washington, D.C.) and we hit it off while I was there."
There was one part of the trip that made an impression on Devin. "I really liked the city feel that was around the campus." The coaching staff stood out as well to Fuller. "I got a chance to talk with Coach (Charles) Kelly and Coach (Paul) Johnson a lot." Both coaches invited Fuller back for the summer camp. "I also like the facilities especially the weight room and locker room."
Devin added Georgia Tech to the list of schools that have given him a verbal offer. "Coach Johnson gave me the offer and told me that I was a big part of what they want and that I would be a valuable addition to their offense."
It's too early in the process for Fuller to have a favorite's list but he did like what he saw at Georgia Tech. "This visit puts Georgia Tech up there in my eyes as a school I would like to attend."
Devin has been invited to many camps this coming summer and isn't sure which ones he'll attend. "I will sit down with my parents and we'll decide which schools I'll visit for their camps." Fuller does know that he wants to make a return visit to Georgia Tech. "I want to meet the students and watch them practice to see how the coach and players work together."
The trip to Atlanta also impressed Fuller's parents. "They really like what Georgia Tech has to offer especially the academics and I know that if I decided to attend Georgia Tech they would be very happy for me and fully support the decision."
Fuller's decision on what school to attend will involve the whole family. "It will come down to how my family feels and how comfortable I am at the school." Fuller will also be looking for a school where he can value the academics and he'll also be looking at the facilities.
Devin's high school team doesn't have spring practice so he'll be running track to stay in shape. "I run the 100, 200, and 400." Devin is looking to improve his speed and quickness. "I was timed at 4.44 in the forty and I'd like to improve that time." Devin will also be working on his technique in delivering the football. "We are basically a team that splits the running and passing 50/50."
Fuller feels confident that he could adapt to Tech's option offense. "My freshman and sophomore years we ran a pure option offense and I handled it well."