And those bodes well for the multitude of schools, including Notre Dame, to already extend verbal offers to the class of 2013 four-star cornerback from Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.).
"Just because it's a good fit for my brothers doesn't mean it's a good fit for me," the 6-foot, 180-pound Fuller said. "I have to see what schools are best for me rather than what's best for them, and what they did."
With brothers Kyle and Corey both playing for the Hokies, Kendall has visited the campus several times. However, he is keeping an open mind in his recruitment and, he said, he hasn't given much thought to where he wants to go.
"I'm just focusing on the season," Fuller said. "I haven't done too much on it."
In fact, Fuller said he hasn't given deep thought to what he wants in a school, or a football program.
"I know a little bit, but not a lot," he said. "I'm looking for a good environment, good coaches, somewhere I can play and have a family for four years, get a good education."
Fuller can play receiver – he had a 94-yard touchdown reception in Saturday's 20-point win against Red Lion Christian Academy -- or cornerback, but he believes his future is on defense.
"I feel like when I got to the combines I'm more fluid at corner," he said. "I feel more comfortable at corner."
As of now, Fuller's focus is on pushing Good Counsel further up the rankings. The program is ranked No. 7 by Scout.com, and has a weekend clash with rival DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.) on the docket.
"We know teams like Gonzaga and DeMatha, and teams like that, they want to beat us," Fuller said. "We know every team wants to beat us, if they beat us, that's their championship."