Jacksonville (Fla.) Bishop Kenny junior wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood attended Alabama at Florida this past Saturday evening. The 6-foot-4, 197-pound wideout immediately connected with a number of other standouts in the 2013 class upon arriving at 'The Swamp'.
"When I got there we ate and then headed straight to the sidelines to meet up with Nick Washington, Devin Washington, Demarcus Walker and some other friends," Fulwood said. "We pretty much sat together the whole game talking about the game and stuff."
Prior to heading to the stands for the game, Fulwood had a moment to catch up with his prospective position coach, Gators' wide receiver coach Aubrey Hill.
"I talked to Coach Hill while we were eating but that was about it," Fulwood said of his interaction with the Florida staff during the visit. "He was glad to have me in Gainesville and he wanted me to be prepared for a good game."
As for the game itself, Fulwood enjoyed the opportunity to see two SEC powerhouses battle it out.
"It was a good game in the first half," Fulwood said. "Alabama started to wear out Florida later in the game though."
For the Northeast Florida prospect, he sees an opportunity in the Florida offense for a player that possesses a skillset such as his.
"I see myself getting a chance to play early since I'm a bigger receiver that they need right now," Fulwood said.
Fulwood claims offers from Arkansas, Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida, Miami, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wake Forest, and West Virginia. He is also drawing interest from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, LSU, South Florida, and others. After his visit to Gainesville, he says that Will Muschamp's squad is amongst his early favorites.
"The Gators are high on the list," Fulwood said. "I don't know where yet, but I like the way they play."
Prior to visiting Florida, Fulwood had been on campus at Florida State this season. He is hoping to visit Clemson in the near future.
On the season, Fulwood has 22 receptions for 612 yards and 14 touchdowns.