"It's still exciting and a special feeling anytime a team decides to give you one," said Fuller to Scout.com.
It was just two weeks ago when Fuller picked up an offer from Iowa. While he has gained a few since, he's still talking about the Hawks with HawkeyeInsider.com.
"It was special for me to get the offer. I have been talking with a guy who goes to Timber Creek high school. He is going to Iowa and he has been really recruiting me for a month or so. His name is Quinton Alston," said Fuller. "He's a really good guy. I wasn't getting much from Iowa at all, but he told me he was going to tell the coaching staff about me. About five days later, I had an offer. He told me to send my highlight tape to them. That is really how it happened. I'm really thankful of Quinton.
"I really want to visit Iowa. I want to visit because they are one of the teams that offered. I want to visit the schools that have shown me that much interest."
Last season, Fuller threw for nearly 1900 yards and 20 touchdowns to just five interceptions. He also registered 191 carries for 2306 yards and 32 touchdowns.
"My first impression of Iowa was seeing them in their BCS game against Georgia Tech. They played really well. I also saw them on ESPN, when they had an interception and they lateraled it back. The guy took it for a touchdown. At that point, I started to follow them closely," said Fuller. "They want me to play quarterback."
Fuller was named New Jersey Old Spice Player of the Year after leading Old Tappan Regional to an 11-1 record.