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4-star athlete ready to trim his list

One of the more highly anticipated recruiting decisions in the region will come from four-star athlete Devin Fuller of Old Tappan (N.J.), but before he makes his final decision, he will trim his list to a more manageable number later this week. With UConn still in the picture, Fuller gave a quick update on his recruiting process a few days before her plans to trim his list.
As can be expected with most top recruits, the recruiting process becomes much more hectic after September 1st.
"It's been good," said Fuller, who is 6-foot-0 and 185-pounds. "Schools have been calling all the time now."
With his list currently down to eleven, Fuller mentioned that each of these schools have been showing the same amount of interest recently. Next up for Fuller is to trim him list even further.
"I think I will do that before the season starts on Friday," said Fuller. "I'm probably going to trim it to five, but I'm not sure yet. I'm still in the process."
With UConn currently being in his top eleven, Fuller was asked to explain the reasons that the Huskies are being considered.
"I think the school is a very good school that is on the rise," said Fuller. "They have a lot of good players."
Another positive for UConn is the coaching tandem of Coach Pasqualoni and Coach DeLeone.
"Coach DeLeone has been recruiting me and he is a very good guy," said Fuller, who was asked if their history at Syracuse helps UConn's chances now. "Yes it does, because they did the spread at Syracuse."
Joining UConn in Fuller's current list of eleven are Alabama, Boston College, Rutgers, Nebraska, Georgia Tech, UCLA, Kansas, Miami, TCU and Penn State. During his junior season at Old Tappan, Fuller passed for 1,844 yards and 20 touchdowns while rushing for 2,306 yards and 32 touchdowns.
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