"I am really mind boggled that he hasn't gotten an offer yet but I think it's because a lot of recruiters don't think he is qualified, but he is. Doug is fully qualified and can play football for any Division 1 program next year."
Coach Kline went on to say that
Doug did have academic problems but has gotten them
"Doug is carrying a 85 average in
school right now and scored over 900 on his SAT. He
really buckled down in school after last season. That
is why I really confused he doesn't have an offer."
When I talked to the former Henninger coach Bob
Campese in April he said Syracuse was showing the most
interest but that has changed.
"Syracuse was the no. 1
school recruiting Doug but for whatever reason they
haven't shown that much interest since the summer."
The schools showing the most interest in Doug right
now are Pittsburgh and Rutgers.
"Pittsburgh said they
will be coming to see one of his games this year so I
think there is a good chance they will offer him.
Pittsburgh is showing a lot of interest in Doug since
he camped there this past summer."
Fulmer hasn't done
much this season as his undefeated Henninger team has
been blowing everybody out and he rarely plays past
the first half.
"It hurts Doug that were blowing out
all these teams because there is really no tape to
show any of the schools yet. He hasn't played enough
but the bottom line is he is a 6'5, 220 pound
Safety/Wide Receiver that can play well on both sides
of the ball and is fully qualified academically. Doug
not getting a D1 offer by now just not understandable.
He deserves it and will be a steal for whoever gives
Fulmer is a 6-foot-5; 220-pound defensive back that
made Fourth Team All-State and First Team All-Central
New York in 2003. Fulmer has been a starter on the
football team since his sophomore year and is also a
standout basketball player. He was the starting power
forward and helped his Henninger High School
basketball team win a section title. Fulmer is widely
considered as being one of the top 20 football players
in New York State in 2005.
Central NY DB still looking for first offer
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