March 10, 2011
Fuller hearing from Tech most
Wylie (Texas) offensive tackle Kyle Fuller has some-what narrowed down his scope of focus for the time being, as he's concentrated his attention on Texas Tech, Oklahoma, and Texas A&M.
"Those are still the three I'd say I'm spending the most time on," Fuller said. "I've recently started getting letters from Oregon as well, but those are the three I've been interacting with the most.
Although previous attempts have been made, Fuller is still waiting to attend his first junior day due to a busy spring schedule. He is scheduled to be in Lubbock in two weeks for Texas Tech's spring game.
"I'm excited for that trip. I'm looking forward to getting to know some of the coaches in person that I've had a chance to talk with. Guys like Coach Matt Moore and Coach Sonny Cumbie," he said. "I've also got to talk some with Coach Neal Brown, their offensive coordinator. I'm excited to get up there and interact with those guys."
"I've heard a lot about their campus and facilities from my older brother who goes there, so I'm looking forward to getting there and just kind of checking out their program up close."
Even though the 6-foot-5, 256-pounder is focused on the three aforementioned schools, he made it clear that even those three are not exactly all of level standing.
"I haven't really been able to talk much with Oklahoma. They've sent me letters and stuff like that, but I haven't had much personal interaction with them. Texas A&M is pretty much the same. I've gotten letters from them, but I haven't talked much to any of the coaches," Fuller said. "Texas Tech is the school that I talk to the most I think. I actually talk to their coaches a lot and they made it clear that I was really high on their list."
Fuller mentioned that Texas Tech has been recruiting him the hardest. He's also been hearing from Arizona, Kansas, and Virginia recently. He currently holds offers from Arizona, Baylor, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, New Mexico, Purdue, SMU, Texas Tech, Virginia, and Wake Forest.
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