Things just keep getting better for McKinney (Texas) Boyd junior receiver Jeffrey Fuller.
After picking up his first scholarship offer from Texas A&M this fall and starting off the basketball season averaging 17 points a game, he's now adding two more football offers to the mix. The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder recently heard from Boston College and Oklahoma.
Offers are on the way.
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"I talked with coach Josh Heupel and they said I had an offer coming from OU," Fuller said. "Then this last Friday, I got one in the mail from Boston College."
Regardless of the new offers, the talented junior says that he's keeping things all even right now as far as favorites go.
"I'm really excited about both of the offers, don't get me wrong, but I'm looking at everybody equally and I'm completely open to whatever comes next," Fuller said.
That team that may come next with an offer could be Oklahoma State by the way the Cowboys have been turning up the recruiting interest. Right now, fuller is excited about his basketball team as they've jumped out to a 9-4 record.
"It's going really good right now," Fuller said. "I'm hitting at right around the 17 points a game mark. We're looking really good as a team."