2013 DB can seek Good Counsel
Kendall Fuller played with Blake Countess in high school, has brother at Va. Tech
Updated: December 29, 2011, 11:01 AM ETBy Tom VanHaaren | WolverineNation
Good Counsel High School in Olney, Md., has produced current collegiate talent such as Jelani Jenkins at Florida, Louis Young at Georgia Tech, and Blake Countess at Michigan. The 2012 class has one of the top prospects in the nation in wide receiver Stefon Diggs. There's a new name starting to become a regular in recruiting circles, and that's 2013 defensive back Kendall Fuller. Already holding offers from the likes of Florida, Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and Oklahoma, Fuller is primed to be the next big thing at his school. "I didn't expect all this to happen so fast," Fuller said. "When my brother was getting recruited he wasn't recruited as heavily, so I wasn't really expecting it."
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