Devin Fuller put up some big numbers as a junior, throwing for over 1,900 yards and 20 touchdown passes, with 2,306 yards on the ground and another 32 rushing touchdowns. Those kind of numbers led to all-county and all-state honors, as well as some All-American honors on a national level, from various outlets.
As a result of those big numbers, Fuller is attracting offers as a quarterback and as an athlete. Pitt is one of the schools offering him as a quarterback, something that stands out to him.
"They're recruiting me as a quarterback, not as an athlete or anything else, and that's really special," Fuller said. "They stopped by the school, and my coach talked to their co-offensive coordinator (Mike Norvell)."
With Pitt recruiting him as a quarterback, Fuller says there are also plans to get to Pittsburgh.
"Yeah, just give me a chance, even if a guy beats me out," Fuller said. "(Quarterback) is my first love, that's what I really want to play. I know Pitt is close, but it's not like a plane ride. It's a little distance in the car, but I want to get out there. I don't know when, but I'll need a whole weekend."
Pitt is on the agenda, but like other schools, Fuller will sit down at some point, and pick out some of the schools that have offered him, to try to get out and visit.
"Not right now," Fuller added. "I know I'm not definitely down to (official) visits, but haven't decided on anything (for the summer) yet."