Entering the 2015 season, Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller was one of the most promising defensive backs in the country. Unfortunately, he played in only three games after tearing his meniscus early in the season.
Despite the injury, he is still considered one of the best defensive backs for the NFL Draft, it was just a matter of if he would declare or return for his senior season. It looks like that question has been answered as it was reported that Fuller has signed with a football agency in Pensacola, Florida.
Va Tech CB Kendall Fuller, a junior, will declare for the 2016 draft. He has signed w/an agent and is rehabbing w/@EXOSfootball in Pensacola
— Neil Stratton (@InsideTheLeague) December 15, 2015
In 29 career games with the Hokies, Fuller recorded 119 tackles, 27 pass breakups, and eight interceptions, while recovering two fumbles. He is currently the fourth-ranked defensive back on many big boards for the Draft.
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