Kyle Fuller was selected with the 14th overall pick by the Chicago Bears in the 2014 NFL Draft.
As expected, Fuller was taken in the first round, and as rumored, he didn’t make it past the first 15 picks before coming off the board. He will join the Chicago Bears and he will be expected to contribute immediately for a team with playoff aspirations.
Fuller will have a nice rookie contract for being such a high selection…
Kyle Fuller should sign a fully GTD 4-year, $9,687,002 deal with a $1,761,273 '14 cap number. His signing bonus should be $5,365,092.
— Joel Corry (@corryjoel) May 9, 2014
Fuller was a second team All-American by Walter Camp this past season, and ACC coaches voted him First Team All-ACC.
Only four Hokies have been drafted higher than Fuller. Bruce Smith and Michael Vick both went #1 overall, DeAngelo Hall was selected #8, and Eugene Chung was the #13 overall pick.