"Right now just based off what I've seen [my favorites are] Tennessee, South Carolina, Clemson, and Duke," Fuller said.
Maryland was on Fullers list for visiting this summer, but, due to time constraints, he now plans on visiting once football season starts. Fuller said he spoke with Maryland WR coach Lee Hall about where he could fit in the offensive system. According to Fuller, Lee said there would be plenty of opportunity for me to play and get on the field early since some of the older guys would be gone.
Although he is only a junior, Fuller is already pretty sure about what he is going to study in college. He said he wants to major in Sports Management because he wants to be a coach or an agent.
Fuller has attended offseason camps at Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, and Clemson. They gave me a lot of little stuff to work on to improve my route running and my technique, Fuller said. He believes the attribute that makes him explosive is his ability to gain yards after the catch.
There is still a lot of time and room for improvement in Fullers game. With two seasons remaining in his high school career, he says he is focusing on making more plays for my team, and [improving on] the little things to make me an elite player.