Following the camp at Penn State on Saturday, WR Will Fuller of Roman Catholic High in Philadelphia was offered a scholarship by the Nittany Lions coaching staff. On Sunday, he named those Nittany Lions as the top college on his list. He also told Scout.com that he might announce his decision in the next two weeks and that his top five would be rounded out by Rutgers, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Clemson.
The 6’1″ 170 pound wideout had 46 catches as a junior for 758 yards and 10 touchdowns. As a sophomore, he put up similar numbers, with 39 catches, 650 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Will is a three star WR and he holds offers from Temple, Rutgers, Boston College and Maryland but says that Penn State is the team to beat.
247Sports calls him the 12th best player in Pennsylvania, while Rutgers ranks him as the 55th best wide receiver in the country. His film is very impressive. He shows solid top-end speed, good hands and he understands the concept of going up to get the ball at its highest point. It’s a big plus when you get a wide receiver out of high school who understands how to play the position, rather than a guy who survives simply off of his athleticism.
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