Athlete Devin Fuller of Old Tappan (N.J.) was already having early recruiting success, with offers from Rutgers, Boston College and Virginia. However, over the last week, Fuller has seen his recruitment explode, with an additional seven offers coming his way.
"Georgia Tech, Penn State, Florida State, Cincinnati, Kansas, Vanderbilt and Maryland are my new offers," said Fuller, who picked up his most recent from Georgia Tech while on a junior day visit. "They offered on Saturday. I was very happy."
Fuller shared his thoughts with his recent flood of new offers.
"It has been great," said Fuller, who is 6-foot-0 and 185 pounds. "I didn't think this would happen, but I am happy that it did happen."
While Fuller mentioned that he was happy to receive the Georgia Tech offer, he was much more subdued when asked if there were currently any leaders.
"They all are very special to me," said Fuller. "They are all ranked at the top."
Another development in Fuller's recruitment is the clarification of the position he will likely play at the next level. Earlier in the process it seemed that he may end up in the slot, or even as a defensive back, but now he seems destined for one position.
"All of the new offers are for quarterback," said Fuller. "So that was great. I think I can play quarterback at the college level, so it was very good to hear it from the colleges."
Fuller has no further college visits planned at this time, but he will take his talents to two events, where he hopes to showcase his passing skills.
"I have the Badger Sports 7-on-7 on the 26th and 27th of this month and I have the NUC/Rivals.com Five Star Showcase coming up as well," said Fuller. "I want to prove that I am a quarterback at the next level."