Interest continues to grow for McKinney (Texas) Boyd receiver Jeff Fuller.
The 6-foot-4, 201-pounder hauled in four early scholarship offers from Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, and TCU. He says that several other schools from out-of-state are picking up the interest as of late.
"I'm looking at USC a lot," Fuller said. "I've talked with coach (Ken) Norton and I'm pretty interested in them. He's seen my film but wanted to see a little bit more. So, hopefully I can send some more stuff out to them to look at."
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Southern Cal is not the only out-of-state school to have shown more recent attention to Fuller. Ohio State has also started to pick up their recruitment and Fuller says that he expects some coaches from the Big Ten school to watch him during spring practices.
Regardless, Fuller maintains that his leader is still the same.
"Well, Texas A&M is at the top of my list because they were the first school to offer me," Fuller said. "I also like Oklahoma as well along with USC and Ohio State."
Fuller says that he's trying to take a trip to Oklahoma State for their spring game this weekend. Other than that, he has no other trips planned.
"I really just want to be committed before the next football season," Fuller said. "I don't exactly have a date set or anything yet."