2015 NFL DRAFT

Jeff Fuller, WR

School: Texas A&M  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: McKinney, TX
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 223 lbs.
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03/08/2012 - With senior quarterback Ryan Tannehill not yet able to work out due to his recovery from a broken foot, the stage was set for several other Aggies to take advantage of the pro scouts on hand for Texas A&M's Pro Day. Senior wide receiver Jeff Fuller offered scouts a pleasant surprise by participating in the workout. He had been expected to wait until March 29 (like Tannehill) to work out after it was discovered that he'd suffered a stress fracture in his foot at the Senior Bowl, but he elected to compete anyway. This fact was especially important because unlike most of A&M's other prominent prospects not named Tannehill, Fuller was the only Aggie invited to the Combine who wasn't able to work out in Indianapolis. Fuller, measuring in at 6-4, 225 pounds, was clocked between 4.62-4.66 in a pair of attempts at the 40-yard dash and registered a 4.34 second time in the 20-yard short shuttle and a 7.10 second time in the three-cone drill. Fuller also had a 36" vertical jump, according to the official Twitter feed of Texas A&M Aggie Football. Fuller also participated in positional drills. The one drill he had performed in at the Scouting Combine was the bench press, where he lifted the bar 17 times. In reality, the times are slower than scouts had hoped for Fuller but considering the fact that he's still getting back into top shape, talent evaluators will be quick to forget these results should the times improve on March 29. Fuller is currently rated as NFLDraftScout.com's No. 18 receiver for the 2012 draft. - NFLDraftScout.com

02/25/2012 - Texas A&M receiver Jeff Fuller set numerous school records as a junior in 2010, but his play leveled off this past season, leaving questions about why didn't he enter the NFL a year ago. But Fuller refuses to think that way. "You can't think shoulda-woulda-coulda," said Fuller. "Right now I'm just looking forward and looking forward to being on a team and getting the opportunity to get out there and compete." Fuller battled a hamstring injury and concussion issues this past year, which played a part in his inconsistent senior campaign. And yet another injury will keep him from working out this week in Indianapolis. Fuller suffered a stress fracture in his foot and won't work out until his March 29 pro day, along with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. And speaking of the former Texas A&M quarterback, what does Fuller think of Tannehill? "He's the smartest guy I know, incredibly talented." - NFLDraftScout.com

02/24/2012 - Texas A&M WR Jeff Fuller is one of the handful of big-bodied receivers in this year's draft class. A lot of the bigger wideouts are hoping to run fast 40 times to improve their stock and separate themselves from the rest of the pack. Fuller however, won't get that chance this weekend. "Unfortunately I got a stress fracture in my foot during the Senior Bowl, so I'm not going to be participating in anything until March 25th at my pro day. The normal one is on the 7th, but (Ryan) Tannehill had the (foot) injury as well so we're both going to be working out on the 25th." - Chris Brown, BuffaloBills.com

02/24/2012 - Texas A&M's Jeff Fuller set numerous school records as a junior in 2010, but his play leveled off this past season, leaving questions about why didn't he enter the NFL a year ago. But Fuller refuses to think that way. "You can't think shoulda-woulda-coulda," said Fuller. "Right now I'm just looking forward and looking forward to being on a team and getting the opportunity to get out there and compete." Fuller battled a hamstring injury and concussion issues this past year, which played a part in his inconsistent senior campaign. And yet another injury will keep him from working out this week in Indianapolis. Fuller suffered a stress fracture in his foot and won't work out until his March 29 pro day, along with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. And speaking of the former Texas A&M quarterback, what does Fuller think of Tannehill? "He's the smartest guy I know, incredibly talented." --Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

01/26/2012 - 2012 SENIOR BOWL THURSDAY: WR Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M: Senior Bowl practices this week have been an extension of Fuller's 2011 season and unfortunately that's not a good thing. He looks the part with a tall, strong build and surprising quickness and athleticism (looks like a basketball player on the field), but his hands and concentration continue to let him down. Fuller will make a nice catch, but follow it up with two poor drops. In the NFL, it doesn't matter how big or fast you are at receiver if you can't complete the reception. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

12/31/2011 - Scouting the Texas A&M passing game: When he is on target, QB Ryan Tannehill can be deadly. Unfortunately for the senior, he benefitted from the balance the run game offered to keep defenders guessing. In addition, one of his top receivers, Jeff Fuller, has battled several injuries and also dropped several balls failing to concentrate. WR Ryan Swope is a dependable target who finished with 1,102 yards on 81 catches. - The Sports Xchange

12/10/2011 - 2011 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Jeff Fuller (WR), has been selected All-Big 12 Conference Honorable Mention for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the league's 10 head coaches, who are not permitted to vote for their own players. - Texas A&M football

11/23/2011 - WR Jeff Fuller, who has battled a variety of injuries all season and not performed to his capabilities, was benched for the Kansas game, ending a string of 29 consecutive starts. Fuller came off the bench to snag two receptions. - The Sports Xchange

10/10/2011 - WR Jeff Fuller played sparingly against Texas Tech after suffering a first-half concussion. His injury contributed to the Aggies' sluggish second-half performance, when they generated just 93 yards on 32 plays. - The Sports Xchange

09/28/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Jeff Fuller - The senior should end his career as the most prolific receiver in Texas A&M history, needing 151 yards to break the all-time mark for receiving yards. His 180 career receptions and 30 touchdown catches already are A&M career marks. - The Sports Xchange

09/04/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Jeff Fuller (hamstring) was hurt before the Aggies' first controlled scrimmage on Aug. 15 and had not returned to practice entering the final week of preparations for the SMU game. - The Sports Xchange

08/25/2011 - Whatever slaps Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman felt on his backside last season never seemed quite right. The 9-4 finish, which culminated with a berth in the Cotton Bowl, included a share of the Big 12 South crown, something A&M had not sniffed since claiming the conference title in 1998. The Aggies also swept their in-state Big 12 rivals for the first time since the inception of the league in 1996. "It wasn't a great season. It was a good season because we were able to come back and do some things,'' said Sherman, who stands .500 (19-19) entering his fourth season with the Aggies. "But it certainly wasn't a great season. We didn't win the bowl game, and we didn't play well early in the season." Expectations soared, however. To the point the Aggies have no excuse but to start and finish strong in 2011. No fewer than 18 starters return among 60 lettermen, including top playmakers such as quarterback Ryan Tannehill, running back Cyrus Gray and wide receiver Jeff Fuller. They figure to lead a prolific attack after the Aggies ranked fifth in the Big 12 in total offense (441.8) and scoring (31.2) last season. - The Sports Xchange

08/10/2011 - Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman watched as many of his competitors started practice last week and couldn't wait to get his team on the field. On Tuesday the Aggies finally got going, holding more than a two-hour practice to get the 2011 season under way. "It seems like this day was forever coming," Sherman said. "I saw everyone else starting up. I was getting anxious, why aren't we starting up? Obviously we go by the NCAA calendar of when we can start, but it's good to get out there with the guys and see us take that first step." Sherman didn't love the crispness of Day 1, but he was impressed with the attitude of his team. "It's not what you want it to be," Sherman said of the practice. "The first day the ball's on the ground a little bit too much, had a couple of penalties, didn't quite fit up on some things. But I thought they gave good effort and we'll get better from today." Expectations are high for Texas A&M this season, with many believing this is the best team the Aggies have had in more than a decade as 10 offensive and eight defensive starters return from last year's 9-4 team. The Aggies were picked to finish second in the Big 12 preseason media poll behind Oklahoma and some preseason polls have them ranked in the top 10 nationally. Receiver Jeff Fuller, who had 1,066 yards receiving with 12 touchdowns last season, is excited that people think so much of the team. "It's definitely a positive to have high expectations," Fuller said. "Going into every single season we never really were ranked very high. It's good to start off high rather than start off low and we just want to continue to get better and hopefully move up to that No. 1 spot." - AP Sports

07/19/2011 - 2011 WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF THE YEAR PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M, Senior, has been named one of 40 players selected to the Walter Camp Football Foundation Preseason Watchlist for the 2011 college football season. The 2011 Walter Camp Player of the Year recipient, which is voted on by the 120 NCAA Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors, will be announced live on ESPN SportsCenter on Thursday, December 8. A first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2010, Fuller became A&M's first-ever 1,000-yard receiver last season when he gained 1,066 yards on his 72 grabs, and he broke his own school record with 12 touchdowns. Fuller, who was a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award in 2010, pulled his name out of consideration for the 2011 NFL Draft to return to Texas A&M for his senior season, and he's within easy range of breaking Terrence Murphy's school record for career catches (172) and receiving yards (2,600). Fuller already holds the A&M career record for touchdown catches with 28. He enters 2011 with 163 catches for 2,264 yards. - Texas A&M football

07/09/2011 - 2011 BILETNIKOFF AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M, has been selected one of 75 wide receivers from around the nation named to the Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list for the 2011 college football season. The Biletnikoff Award is named after former Florida State and Oakland Raiders receiver Fred Biletnikoff and goes to the top receiver in college football. A first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2010, Fuller became A&M's first-ever 1,000-yard receiver last season when he gained 1,066 yards on his 72 grabs, and he broke his own school record with 12 touchdowns. - Texas A&M football

07/08/2011 - 2011 MAXWELL AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M, WR, Sr., has been selected by the The Maxwell Football Club to the 2011 Watch list for the Maxwell Award, which has annually honored college football's most outstanding player since 1937. Semifinalists for the Maxwell will be announced October 31st and the three finalists will be unveiled November 21st. A first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2010, Fuller became A&M's first-ever 1,000-yard receiver last season when he gained 1,066 yards on his 72 grabs, and he broke his own school record with 12 touchdowns. Fuller pulled his name out of consideration for the 2011 NFL Draft to return to Texas A&M for his senior season, and he's within easy range of breaking Terrence Murphy's school record for career catches (172) and receiving yards (2,600). Fuller already holds the A&M career record for touchdown catches with 28. He enters 2011 with 163 catches for 2,264 yards. - Texas A&M football

06/02/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH IN 2011: WR Jeff Fuller became the first Texas A&M receiver to enjoy a 1,000-yard season receiving and also snagged 12 touchdown receptions among his 72 catches in 2010. Fuller considered early entrance into the NFL, then opted to stay at Texas A&M for his senior season. Fuller cited the need to work on specific areas and the desire to earn his degree as reasons for staying. - The Sports Xchange

 
 
Latest News
03/08/2012 - With senior quarterback Ryan Tannehill not yet able to work out due to his recovery from a broken foot, the stage was set for several other Aggies to take advantage of the pro scouts on hand for Texas A&M's Pro Day. Senior wide receiver Jeff Fuller offered scouts a pleasant surprise by participating in the workout. He had been expected to wait until March 29 (like Tannehill) to work out after it was discovered that he'd suffered a stress fracture in his foot at the Senior Bowl, but he elected to compete anyway. This fact was especially important because unlike most of A&M's other prominent prospects not named Tannehill, Fuller was the only Aggie invited to the Combine who wasn't able to work out in Indianapolis. Fuller, measuring in at 6-4, 225 pounds, was clocked between 4.62-4.66 in a pair of attempts at the 40-yard dash and registered a 4.34 second time in the 20-yard short shuttle and a 7.10 second time in the three-cone drill. Fuller also had a 36" vertical jump, according to the official Twitter feed of Texas A&M Aggie Football. Fuller also participated in positional drills. The one drill he had performed in at the Scouting Combine was the bench press, where he lifted the bar 17 times. In reality, the times are slower than scouts had hoped for Fuller but considering the fact that he's still getting back into top shape, talent evaluators will be quick to forget these results should the times improve on March 29. Fuller is currently rated as NFLDraftScout.com's No. 18 receiver for the 2012 draft. - NFLDraftScout.com

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