The Northern Valley Regional High (Old Tappan, N.J.) QB/DB has a Nebraska official visit under his belt and is unsure of how many he will take before making a decision.
"I'm definitely interested in one to Rutgers," Fuller said. "It's something I've talked about with other people and some of their coaches. I've heard great things."
Fuller said he could take until National Signing Day to make a decision, but has no targeted time frame. Naming Rutgers and Nebraska as two of his top five, Fuller remains focused on choosing the other three schools.
"I've always loved Rutgers," Fuller said. "They were the first to offer and that was before [defensive backs coach Jeff Hafley] got there."
Hafley, who joined the Rutgers staff from Pittsburgh in the offseason, is Fuller's recruiting coach and the two talk weekly after games, Fuller said.
"Talking to Coach Hafley is very easy," Fuller said. "He and I talk all the time and not just about football. I can tell he cares about me as a person."
Fuller has been on campus at Rutgers multiple times this year, with the latest being Saturday for the team's Homecoming victory over Navy.
"It was good," Fuller said of the visit. "I talked with Coach Hafley. I talked with all of the coaches. It was a good visit for a lot of reasons."
Carroo, who committed to Rutgers Aug. 6, hosted Fuller and hundreds of others at his ceremony over the summer.
Both Hamilton and Wright list Rutgers among their top schools and all three will play with Fuller in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in Texas.
"It's amazing," Fuller said of his relationship with the Don Bosco seniors. "All the guys that I talk to at Don Bosco seem like just cool guys. I mean, they're the No. 1 team in the nation and you'd expect the star players to be arrogant or overconfident. But they're all good guys, normal guys. I wouldn't mind playing with them in college. I'm certainly excited to play with them in the All-American game."