Pack Battling For In-State Wideout

Monroe (NC) Sun Valley wideout Jody Fuller will be one of the state's top skill players in 2012, and NC State has already made him a priority. Pack Pride has the latest on his recruitment.

While NC State is not Jody Fuller's favorite school the Wolfpack figure to be in the mix for the foreseeable future.

The 6-0, 197-pound wide receiver from Monroe (NC) Sun Valley admits that South Carolina is at the top of his list, though he is keeping his options open and says that could change.

Fuller's most recent trip was to South Carolina and it went very well. He doesn't have any trips to other schools planned for the weeks ahead, though he has been flooded with requests for attendance at junior days, spring practices and spring games. That's likely to continue, and Fuller is learning to just take it all in stride.

Eight schools have verbally offered, including South Carolina, NC State, North Carolina, Clemson and Tennessee, with other schools poised to jump into the mix.

Where does NC State factor into things?

"I talked to coach [Jim] Bridge, I believe it was last Thursday. I feel comfortable with him. He's a cool guy," he said.

"I went to their junior day not too long ago. It was the last junior day they had. It's real nice. They have real nice facilities and stuff like that."

Fuller will probably be making return trips to NC State and the other schools recruiting him before too long but nothing is set in stone yet. He said it is unlikely that he would make an early decision, so he will probably wait things out and take his time with things. has awarded Fuller three stars in the network's early rankings. As a junior he hauled in 77 passes for 856 yards and 16 touchdowns.

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