Mount St. Joseph’s (Baltimore, MD) standout cornerback prospect Kyle Fuller expects to know his college destination by the end of this week. The 6-1, 165-pound rising senior lists three favorites, one of which is Virginia Tech, and says “I think I’ll make my decision in the next couple of days.”
Two ACC programs and one Big 12 program make up Fuller’s top three. These schools, each of which has officially offered, in all likelihood are the finalists in this race.
“My top three schools are Virginia Tech, Maryland and Kansas,” said Fuller.
Pressed further, Fuller admits he is leaning to one school.
“I’m leaning towards Virginia Tech right now,” he said.
Fuller, the younger brother of former Tech standout defensive back Vincent Fuller II, attended Virginia Tech’s second 2009 camp on Saturday. He reflected on the day.
“I met the coaches again and talked to them some more,” Fuller said. “I wanted to get down again, so I was able to do that. I felt I did good [at the camp]. The only part of my performance I was disappointed with was my 40 time, but other than that I thought I did good.”
Fuller met with his primary recruiter, Coach Kevin Sherman, as well as defensive backs coach Torrian Gray before heading home.
“They were just trying to make me feel comfortable,” Fuller said. “They were giving me advice.”
Stay tuned to TSL this week, as a commitment from the talented prospect could happen any day. Fuller, a starter on the varsity level since his freshman year, hauled in four interceptions last season as a junior. He returned two of those picks for touchdowns and added two special teams scores (one punt return and one kick return) as well.
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