Ranked second on the team in catches (63), receiving yards (709) and receiving touchdowns (5) ... battled injuries as a senior but still managed one of the best receiving seasons in school history ... had season highs of nine catches vs. Arkansas, 107 yards vs. Texas and two touchdowns against Oklahoma State ... earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors.
First-team All-Big 12 receiver who led the team with 72 receptions for 1,066 yards (14.8 ypr) and 12 scores. Finished third in the Big 12 in receiving yardage, fourth in TD receptions, and eighth in receptions.
Charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor after teammate Justin McQueen arrested for DWI in January 2010. An honorable mention All-Big 12 selection by the league's head coaches ... led the team in receiving touchdowns (7) and ranked third in yards (568) despite missing four games ... A&M's second-leading active receiver with 1,198 career yards ... 29 of 41 catches on year (71 percent) went for a first down or touchdown ... ranks second on all-time receiving TD list (16), three shy of Bob Long's school record set in 1968 ... hauled in seven balls for a game-high 102 yards in Independence Bowl against Georgia (12/28) ... career performance in narrow loss to No. 3 Texas (11/26), setting a career high with 132 yards on six catches and tying a school record with three TD receptions ... 70-yard bomb on third play from scrimmage against the Longhorns was longest of his career and longest pass play from scrimmage by the Aggies in `09.
Suffered fractured right fibula early in second quarter against Utah State (9/19) and missed the next four contests ... returned to the field in A&M's win at Texas Tech (10/24), catching one ball for 12 yards and drawing a pass interference penalty in the end zone ... caught five passes for 67 yards and a TD in win over Iowa State (10/31) and five for 60 and a score at Oklahoma (11/14) ... set career high in receptions (10) and then career-high in yards (111) in win over New Mexico (9/5), the first 100-yard game of young career.
Started eight games at wide receiver ... turned in one of the most prolific true freshman seasons in school history by catching 50 passes for 630 yards ... set a school record with nine receiving touchdowns ... of his 50 receptions, 24 resulted in a first down ... big play receiver had nine catches of 20 or more yards ... earned second-team freshman All-American honors from College Football News and honorable-mention All Big 12 accolades from the conference coaches.
Coached by Don Drake at Boyd High School in McKinney ... garnered Second Team All-District honors at wide receiver as both a junior and a senior (District 9-4A) ... member of Dave Campbell's Texas Football Super Team (3rd Team TE) ... grabbed 37 catches for 448 yards and five touchdowns as a senior ... as a junior, caught 27 passes for 327 yards and three touchdowns.
Jeffrey Fuller is the son of Jeff and Leslie Fuller ... born April 20, 1990 ... father was a standout safety for the Aggies in the early 80's before moving on to a six-year NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers ... agricultural leadership and development major.
- 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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