Things are going along quite smoothly for McKinney (Texas) Boyd junior receiver Jeffrey Fuller.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder didn't have the best season on the field as his Boyd's first year of football ended with a 0-10 record. Despite a very young offense, Fuller still managed to lead the team statically in receiving with 27 receptions for 327 yards and three scores. Now in basketball, he's still holding his first scholarship offer for football and looking ahead.
"Basketball is going well and we're doing well as a team," Fuller said. "I've still just had one offer for football which came from Texas A&M a while back. I've been going to a few Texas A&M games though and watching the time."
Article Continues Below
The interest doesn't stop there. Fuller says that every school in the Big 12 has sent mail and conference rivals Oklahoma and Nebraska seem to send the most.
Outside the conference mail has also come from a variety of schools in the Big Ten and SEC. With all the mail, he's formed an early group of favorites.
"It's really been the same ones all along," Fuller said. "It's LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, TCU, and Nebraska. Those are my top ones right now."
The Aggies are in good position with their early offer.
"The games are incredible," Fuller said. "They have great fans. I like the coaches and all the tradition."