Fuller Talks About Choosing Utah State

Despite Pac-10 interest as a receiver or defensive back, San Bernardino (Calif.) Arroyo Valley quarterback Robert Fuller ultimately signed with Utah State because of the Aggies' willingness to let him stay behind center...
February 21, 2008

What's Going On?

The only offer that Robert Fuller has for sure is from Idaho State and he plans to visit them on Jan. 11. Fuller's also visiting Utah State on Jan. 18. "They have a young team that runs the spread offense," he said. "They are up-and-coming and I think I'd be able to play early there. I could be the player that really makes a big impact on their program and helps get them to the next level..."
December 31, 2007

California 2008 Preseason Rankings: QBs

Though it won't match the name power of the last year's class, the quarterback class of 2008 in California is much deeper. Notre Dame again lands the top passer in the state...
August 27, 2007

Doesn't Want to Hear It

Although Colorado State is the only school to have offered Robert Fuller, he is receiving significant interest and says he favors Arizona slightly over Washington, Oregon, Utah, Nevada and San Jose State. "The head coach (Chris Ault) from Nevada was at my school a few weeks ago and he said I was one of the top quarterbacks on their list," Fuller said. "They seem to really like me..."
June 7, 2007

"I'm A Quarterback..."

San Bernardino (Calif.) Arroyo Valley quarterback Robert Fuller has been getting interest from BCS powers as a safety, but he wants to play quarterback in college, and he got his first offer this past week to play behind center at the next level...
June 1, 2007

Looking for Chemistry

"I just transferred to Arroyo this semester," quarterback Robert Fuller said. "I don't think a lot of people know where I am yet. I'm still getting a lot of mail from San Bernardino High School. Hopefully, I'll get more exposure playing for Arroyo. I just took my SATs too and I haven't got my scores. I think once those come in, I'll start seeing some offers..."
March 22, 2007