2012 Prospect Profile: QB/CB Devin Fuller

Devin Fuller-QB/CB-6’0" 180
Old Tappan, NJ – Northern Valley Regional HS
4.6, 40 yard-dash

Interest: Oregon, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Boston College, Miami and West Virginia

Star Gazers- 3*** Scout/(NR) Rivals

Offers: Boston College, Rutgers

Prep: (FR) 1206 passing yards and 10 touchdowns. 466 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns.

(SO) 862 passing yards and 6 touchdowns. 438 rushing yards and 5 rushing touchdowns. Defensively: 37 tackles and 3 interceptions. Also named All-County 3rd team as a DB and All-League 1st team as a DB (JR) 95/143  for 1844 yards, 20 touchdowns, 5 interceptions. Rushed 191 times for 2306 yards and 32 touchdowns. Total yardage for the year was 4,150 with 52 TDs

Intro: Devin is a player to watch out for in the 2012 class. He put up impressive numbers during his freshman and sophomore seasons. One can only imagine what kind of numbers he will be following up with the next two seasons. Devin holds a 2.7 GPA and hopes to major in Business Management. As a player he compares himself to Virginia Tech QB Tyrod Taylor. Besides academics he is looking for a school that has great football facilities and an exceptional coaching staff. His dream school is Oregon and says distance will not be a factor in deciding on what school to play football for. He does not plan on enrolling early. Devin comes from a family of former college football players. His father played for TCU and his Uncle played for Bethany College. Devin grew up watching and idolizing Former Redskin great Sean Taylor. After college Devin would like to pursue a career in the NFL and work on obtaining his Masters Degree. He credits his parents for being the most influential people in his life. According to him the reason he chose his parents is simply, “they have been there for me through alot of situations.” Devin is most looking forward to this upcoming season and is hoping to help his team win a State Championship and get All-State Honors. He feels he is a better fit for a spread offense and would like to improve his arm-strength and speed. When asked what he feels he brings to the college level he responded with, “Athleticism and a will to work.”

Analysis: Devin will be one-to-watch for the 2012 recruiting class. He has all the skills to be a lethal dual-threat QB with a good arm and great speed. He has the ability to place the ball in the “right spot” and do it consistently. His receivers rarely have to adjust their speed or routes to catch the ball. Devin has good vision and a naturally ability to feel and step away from pressure. What is equally impressive to his running ability is his ability to throw the ball while on the run. His throws in the short passing game are accurate. He has the speed and athleticism to gain considerable yardage on any given designed run play. Devin is going to grow to be a highly-touted QB recruit for the 2012 class.  Devin also has the skills to convert to a DB at the next level with his vast experience playing DB in high school.  As a two way star he will have no issues garnering offers.  The only issue will be which school he picks!

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