SIGNED: Texas WR Aaron Fuller

Allen (Tex.) Lovejoy receiver Aaron Fuller is now officially a Washington Husky!

HUDL Highlights

Why UW? "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. (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." 

Other Suitors: Fuller committed to the Huskies in mid-July over offers from Boston College, Houston, Iowa, Northwestern, SMU, Wisconsin, and others. 

Scouting Report: “He’s going to be a phenomenal recruit for Washington. They picked up an all-star kid, I’ll tell you that much. He’s a great kid on the field. Off the field he’s going to be the kind of kid that’s going to make great decisions. He’s going to make the university proud. When it’s all said and done eventually up there he’s going to the kind of kid that, when the game’s on the line you want to get the ball in his hands any way possible.” (Ryan Cox, former Lovejoy Head Coach) 

Quotable: “When I went up there it was one of the best campuses and cities that I’ve seen. It was something new. I wanted to get out of the Texas area and be my own person. And Coach Petersen is a great guy, so it kind of fit perfectly.”

Projection: “Fuller's size and skill set make him a natural fit as a slot receiver, though has experience playing inside and outside. He's quick out of breaks on his routes and shows deceptive elusiveness after the catch. He's not necessarily a top-end burner, but plays with good initial burst to separate in the short area, while also giving him above average dart-and-dodge ability. Fuller has a lot of experience in the return game, where his lateral agility and instincts serve him well. Fuller was a highly-productive receiver playing in Texas' second-largest (Class 5A) classification against good high school competition week after week.” (Gabe Brooks, Texas High School Analyst Top Stories