The Houston Texans have signed their fist round selection Will Fuller V to a four-year deal in time for training camp. Fuller's deal is worth $10,164,312 million and his signing bonus is $5,592,228. The Fuller deal marks the entire 2016 draft class signed before the start of training camp. See the full breakdown of Fullers' deal HERE
At Notre Dame, Fuller appeared in 13 games and had 62 receptions for 1,258 yards and 14 touchowns. Averaging 96.8 yards a game in 2015, Fuller is considered a top end prospect that can stretch the field.
Fuller was offered a scholarship by coach Bill O’Brien coming out of high school to Penn State but opted for Notre Dame instead. At the NFL Combine Fuller put on a show and ran a 4.32 second forty-yard dash, had a 33.5 inch vertical jump and broad jumped 10 1.2 feet.
The Texans were after speed from the start of the draft process and have found a legit threat to add more speed to an offense that had some upgrades with the addition of Lamar Miller.
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