GA WR talks Texas AM offer, GT, UNC

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Class of 2015 Griffin (Ga.) wide receiver Keyston Fuller was a key part of his team's run to a Georgia State Football Championship this past fall. But even before the deep run in the playoffs, schools were taking notice of the speedy wide receiver.
Georgia Tech and North Carolina both offered during the season, taking the underclassman by surprise.
"It was a surprise to me because I wasn't expecting to get offers that soon," he said. "I felt honored to get those offers from big schools like that."
Fuller spent this fall taking in games in his home state, but he's hoping to branch out for visits in the spring.
"I've been to some Georgia Tech games and some Georgia games, but I haven't been able to make it up to North Carolina yet," he said. "That's my next goal - to make it up to North Carolina."
Fuller gave this thoughts on his first two offers, as well as one he picked up around the holidays from Texas A&M.
Georgia Tech: "They have a good program. I like the location of the school because I can always go back home when I want to. I wouldn't mind playing in that offense. I talked to the wide receivers coach and they do throw the ball and he said they might try to throw it a little more in the future."
North Carolina: "They run a similar offense to what we run at my high school, so that would be good to play in a spread system."
Texas A&M: "That was a surprise. I hadn't heard anything from them. They just offered me out of the blue. When my coach told me I didn't know what to say. I was overwhelmed. I have to learn more about them now that they're interested."
With other schools like Mississippi State, Duke and Georgia showing interest, the next offer for Fuller could be right around the corner. However, he said he's keeping an open mind this offseason.
"There really isn't a school that I'm waiting to hear from," he said. "I'm just taking it all in and waiting for my opportunity."
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