Brandon Fulse is a one of the top prospects from the state of Florida, especially considering he stars on both sides of the ball at tight end and defensive end for Fort Meade High School in the Sunshine State. Fulse, 6-5 and 245 pounds, had 17 receptions, for 220 yards and two touchdowns last year on offense while recording 70 tackles and 10 sacks on defense.
"I prefer tight end because I like the ball in my hands," Fulse said. "I have good height and for a big guy I can move. I also have some quickness and block pretty well.
"On defense I play with power. I can bull rush and have some moves that I have been developing. But I am more of a power and speed guy off the edge.
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"Some schools like me on offense while the other schools like me on defense. I am just trying to find the best school for me. I don't mind defense but I want to play offense."
According to Fulse he's sitting on 13 scholarship offers including Georgia (first offer), Florida, FSU, Texas Tech, Clemson, Auburn, and Maryland.
"Man, I am wide open. I haven't taken visits yet other then going to one Florida State game and one Florida game. I haven't been to any junior days yet. I will probably make a spring practice to both FSU and Florida. Maybe Auburn as well. I will try and see everyone. If not I will go see them this fall.
"I probably won't make a decision anytime soon. It will be close to Signing Day."