What Fuller will add is that he’s still a project. While he has the things coaches can’t teach, he’s looking to show in the spring that he’s coachable, and he said he's working to be considered one of the state’s top receivers.
Fuller recently showed his talents at the Next Level Athlete North DFW Video Showcase in Plano, Texas. While he didn’t come away with MVP honors for receivers, he did leave the facility with good advice from coaches who see his potential.
“I’ve learned that you’ve got to keep working hard and stay on top of it,” Fuller said. “I just want to show I’m a hard worker. I’m going to come in and do whatever the coach wants me to do. I’ll do anything to get on the field.”
SMU and Washington State have been the first schools to show early interest. He has been to an SMU junior day and likes the proximity of the campus. University Park, Texas, is roughly 20 minutes from his home. Regarding Washington State, Fuller said he’s a fan of the Pac-12 and what it has to offer, particularly for receivers.
“They throw the ball a lot, and receivers love that,” Fuller said of Washington State. “It just seems like it’s a nice campus. I haven’t been there yet, but I want to go.
“When I went to SMU’s junior day, I liked it a lot. I like how they put a lot of emphasis on the academic part as well as the athletic part. It seemed to fit me.”