"I called coach (Brent) Pease today to commit," Fuller told Dawgman.com. "He was really excited."
Fuller chose Washington over offers from several other programs including Boston College, Houston, Iowa, Navy, North Texas, Northwestern, Rice, SMU and Wisconsin.
"Their program is great and I felt like I really formed a strong relationship with them," Fuller noted. "I visited there a couple of weeks ago and it's facilities were the best of all the schools I went and saw."
Those schools included Houston, Rice, SMU, TCU and Oklahoma.
"(The facilities) were top-notch," Fuller said. "The area where the school is was real nice and I loved the campus and meeting the coaches and the involvement of the community around the school and how everyone supports them up there."
As a junior last season, Fuller posted 66 receptions for 1,389 yards and 22 touchdowns in the 5A second division in Texas.
Fuller said he does have the option to graduate early, however, he intends to stay for his full senior year so that he can enjoy what time he has left at the prep level.