May 26, 2007
Fuller explodes on scene and lands NU offer
Wide receivers playing their high school football at a new school that ends up winless in its first season don't normally land many D-1 football scholarships. However, that's not the case for McKinney (Texas) Boyd playmaker Jeff Fuller. Coaches have taken notice of his skills, along with his 6-foot-4, 201-pound frame, and have been frantically jumping on his bandwagon.
Since his impressive performance at the recent NIKE (Football Training) Camp in Fort Worth, Texas, Fuller has seen his stock explode. He's now holding offers from Nebraska, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, Illinois, Alabama, Oklahoma State and TCU amongst others. He is also receiving closs attention from USC and Notre Dame, both of which could tender an offer at any given time. His next summer camp appearance will be at Texas, who could also jump in the fray after they get a first-hand look at the budding superstar.
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