In terms of the Terps, Fuller raved about the campus location and the coaching staff, saying, It's in a great area. I have a little family in the Alexandria area. Also, The coaches seem to be cool. Specifically, Fuller has been in contact with wide receiver coach, Lee Hall. Hall has told Fuller that "they (Maryland) really like what I could bring to the program, such as my speed, good hands and tough running after the catch." While many people compare Fuller to Boldin, he prefers Vikings receiver Percy Harvin. Percy is my favorite player because we are really the same size and wear the same number. We also have speed, run after catch, and hands, and run after the catch abilities, said Fuller.
Fuller has yet visited Maryland, but he looks forward to visiting in the future. I hope to get to a game this year and visit this summer, said Fuller. When he does make his visit, Fuller hopes to talk to a few current Terps to see what it would truly be like to be a member of the Terrapin community. Fuller is also excited to see Marylands top-notch football facilities during his visit.
Fuller plays in a tough football conference with solid teams from top to bottom, but Fuller is not going to let this be an excuse for himself or his team. In regards to his team, Fuller added, I think we look good! Right now we are 4-1. Conference play starts next week and the conference is tough top to bottom. It should be very exciting each week we play. I'm going to try and reach all of the goals that I have set for myself.
Fuller is a great talent who is sure to get many offers throughout the rest of his junior or senior years. If the Terrapins manage to retain this emerging star, the coaches and fans could expect a good person, a hard worker, and a guy who loves the game! exclaimed an enthusiastic Fuller.