Jeffrey Fuller, the 6-foot-4, 200 pound wide receiver from Boyd High School (Texas), finished his junior season with 26 receptions for 380 yards and three touchdowns. He benches 265 pounds, squats 370 and has a 36-inch vertical jump.
"I'm quick and good at getting yards after the catch," Fuller said. "I like to go up and get the ball. I'm very aggressive, but there's always room for improvement. I'd really like to run a low-4.4 forty time (currently runs a 4.55)."
Fuller favors Texas A&M and Oklahoma slightly over LSU, Ohio State and USC. Of those, only the Aggies and Sooners have offered. He also has offers from Oklahoma State, Duke, Wisconsin, TCU, Boston College and Colorado.
He already attended the junior days at A&M and Oklahoma. "Everything about A&M is great," Fuller said. "They have off-the-wall facilities! I've never seen anything like that before. They have like two indoor fields and a full indoor track. Plus, I really like Kyle Field. It's the biggest field in the Big-12. Everything is just amazing…the meeting rooms, the locker room, the weight room. I love it all.
"Oklahoma was great too," he said. "I like the offense they run and they have great coaches. I like coach Bob Stoops and the quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel. They are great guys and coach Stoops seems really laid-back. I never felt pressured by him to go there."
The Sooners are about two and half-hours from his house, while the Aggies are about three and half-hours away. Despite their proximity, Fuller says that location isn't a major factor. "The three main things for me are academics, athletics and atmosphere. I want to play for a fun crowd in a place that has good fan support.
"But being close helps," he admitted. "If it's down to two schools that I like equally and one is close and one is far away, I'll pick the closer one. But if I feel like a school that's far away has a lot more to offer than the closer school, I'll go away."
Fuller already attended the Scout.com camp in Texas on March 25 and is unsure about the rest of his summer camp plans.
Fuller grew up in California and says he always followed Stanford. "I lived in Palo Alto for 13 years," he said. "In fact, I was born in the Stanford Hospital.
"That's why I like USC too," Fuller said. "I really like California and they are always either number one or at least in the top five every year. It's also a private school and the education is great, plus they send a lot of guys to the NFL.
"I'm not gonna start to narrow things down until the summer, but I definitely want to commit before my football season starts. The less I have to think about during my season the better. I just want to be focused on my team."
Fuller reports a 3.6 core GPA and is taking the SAT on May 6.