The first official visit penciled into Josh Fuller's travel schedule won't require an airplane or a stop for gas. Even a bathroom break will be optional.
Originally from Georgia, Fuller now resides in Kansas as a defensive back at Hutchinson Community College. So when he recently decided to visit Kansas State , the convenience was a perk.
Already, he has a pair of dates with K-State on the docket.
"I have K-State visits set up right now and that's it because it's the closest to me. I was talking to Coach Andre Coleman and he wants me to get down for the K-State versus Baylor game (at Baylor). I'll probably go to that, but my official will probably be the K-State-Kansas game."
Coleman also plans to visit Iowa State sometime down the road but has not set a date in stone just yet. He was forced to cancel an unofficial visit to USF, which is also heavily recruiting him, this summer because of a hectic schedule and finances.
"I still want to visit South Florida and Iowa State for sure, but it's a little harder to get those set," Fuller said. "I'll do that during the season. It's about transportation, too."
For now, he says he feels closest to the staff at Kansas State, with which he has had the most interaction. He doesn't name the Wildcats as the leader in his recruitment, as more offers could arrive as the season progresses.
"I just want to learn more," fuller said. "I know they have a lot of junior college guys. It's a great opportunity if you want to make a name for yourself. It's in a big conference. It dosn't have to be the best school in the conference, but it's a place to make your name and they are in the top rankings of that conference so that's just a bonus."
Fuller transferred to Hutchinson from Arizona Western Community College, where he recorded just six tackles.