McKinney, Texas product Jeffrey Fuller still denies a leader, but has a solid grouping of seven…
Fuller impressed with "Game Night"
"It was a great experience to see all the great players on the field," Fuller said. "Playing with K.J. (Williams) and Sam McGuffie, it was fun. Everybody looked good out there. It was impressive. "
Leading up to the camp, Fuller was looking forward to working with Texas A&M quarterback commit Tommy Dorman and getting to know the Aggies' future signal caller. He felt the workouts were very productive and was pleasantly surprised by another quarterback participating at the camp.
"Tommy and I had talked before and we were both looking forward to this weekend. He looked good out there and he's very talented," Fuller said. "Cody Green also really surprised me. He's good. When I heard he was only a junior, I couldn't believe it."
Fuller also mentioned another junior that impressed him at the camp.
"The junior A&M commit, Craig Loston, is a great athlete," Fuller said. "I was very impressed with his abilities."
The Scout.com four-star receiver seemed to be the toughest on himself while rating his performance at the camp.
"I had a decent performance. I broke on the ball well and I was able to get behind the defenders a few times," Fuller said modestly. "I see things where I could've done better though."
In speaking to Dorman in an earlier interview, he gave the McKinney receiver a little better review. "While all of the players looked good, I'd have to say Jeff was one of the most impressive guys at the camp," Dorman said. "He has no weaknesses. He's big. He's fast. He's runs good routes and he catches the ball well."
Fuller rode down to the camp from Dallas with junior defensive back Terrance Bullitt and the Bullitt family. Father Jerry Bullitt played for the Aggies back in the 1980's and was on the same team as Fuller's father, Jeff Sr.
"My father roomed with Mr. Bullitt at A&M and so they gave me a ride to the camp," Fuller said. "Terrance did a good job in the scrimmage."
Overall, Fuller gave the weekend high marks, but as far as his recruiting goes, he's still open about his school choices.
"I've been to A&M so many times, nothing really surprised me," Fuller said. "A&M is a great school and they are near the top of my list. They always have."
However, Fuller stopped short of identifying a leader or even identifying a timetable for a decision.
"I've certainly thought about making a decision before my senior season, and it's a definite possibility at this point," Fuller said. "But then again, I may wait if I'm not ready. I'll see how I feel about things and figure out when's the right time to make a decision."
Fuller and his McKInney Boyd teammates start fall practices on August 13.
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