Tigers In the Mix for 2012 WR Fuller

Tigers In the Mix for 2012 WR Fuller


Tigers In the Mix for 2012 WR Fuller


By Keith McGonigle.

With Clemson’s offense changing to the spread, expect to see a lot more interest from talented receivers from around the country.  6’0” 200 lbs Sun Valley High School (NC) receiver Jody Fuller says Clemson is definitely a school he has interest in.

“I got offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee, Duke, ECU, and NC State.  The schools I would say I am most interested in, in no particular order are South Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee and NC State too,” said Fuller.

What does he like about Clemson?

“I have visited there, I really like the facilities.  I haven’t talked to them in a while, but I like the spread a lot, which is the system I play in now,” replied Fuller.

What is the most important thing when looking at a school?

“Really just a place I feel comfortable and have a place I have a chance to play early,” replied Fuller.

Any junior visits in the future?

“I’m trying to go to South Carolina 22nd or 23rd maybe NC State,” replied Fuller.

How did Jody’s junior year go?

“We went 10-4.  I did pretty good I had 77 catches, 16 touchdowns, and more than 800 receiving yards,” replied Fuller.

Jody recently went to the Junior Under Armor Combine,

“It was a good experience going up against top competition; I ran a 4.5 flat in the 40 and had a lot of fun.  I would like to play in the Senior All-American game next year or the Army All-American game,” said Fuller.



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