With his combination of size, speed and power, Charter Oak (Calif.) running back Patrick Fuller has clearly established himself as one of the elite running backs on the West Coast.
Fuller, 6-1, 205 pounds has rushed for 1,769 and 21 touchdowns for his 7-3 Charger squad while averaging eight yards a pop. The talented SoCal back was expected to visit Washington State this past weekend but had to cancel late in the week.
"Something came up and I just wasn't able to make it," Fuller said. "I would like to re-schedule it though and have already talked to the coaches about that so hopefully something can get done."
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Fuller has also lined up visits to Arizona State (Dec. 5), Washington (Dec. 12) and Oregon State (Jan. 9).
"I might have to re-schedule the trip to ASU because I'm taking the SAT on December 6," Fuller said. "I totally forgot about that when I set the trip. Right now, Oregon State is still my leader. They've been great with me, my quarterback (Michael Perri) is already committed there and there's a chance to play early. If UCLA were to offer, that could change things but I'm not hearing much from them because they want me to score higher on my test first."