Fullwood, 6-foot-5, 245-pounds, is nearly one week away from selecting his college and he impressed at Ohio State with his size and quickness.
"I definitely wanted to continue to work on my game like I have at the past few camps, and I pulled my groin before we started one-on-one's," Fullwood stated. "I was moving a little bit slower today, but I didn't want to stop and I kept going, to show them a little something. I still think I did well, and I did real well before getting hurt."
"I did not get a chance to speak with Coach (Urban) Meyer, but I did talk to Larry Johnson afterwards," he added. "Every conversation we have he keeps it real, so he said they are going to evaluate me and a few other players in the next day or so."
"They want to look at the film from camp and take the chance to sit down as a staff and take a look at each play," he continued. "Coach Johnson said he would call me on Sunday, and let me know where I stand with him and the rest of the staff. Ohio State is still high on my list, just like they've always been. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity."
Fullwood is set to announce his college choice June 28, and he discussed who is still in the mix.
"There's Ohio State, Virginia Tech, Duke, Kentucky, Maryland and Rutgers," he admitted. "This is it as far as camps, and I'm going to shut it down. After I hear from Coach Johnson, I will figure out what schools I will be choosing from. I will make my decision next Saturday at my house, so it will be good to speak to him first."