|After most recruiting outlets evaluated him as a three-star recruit coming out of high school in Baltimore, Fuller has developed into one of the top cornerback prospects in this class. He was named a second-team All-American as a senior by the Walter Camp Foundation in 2013 despite only playing in nine games. Fuller missed four of the season's final five contests and had surgery to repair a sports hernia injury. His durability might not be a big question mark, however, considering he had played in all 41 of Virginia Tech's games over his first three seasons. The injury saw his 2013 tackle total dip to a career-low 24, but he still matched the two interceptions he posted in both his sophomore and junior seasons. He also still managed a career-best 10 pass breakups. Fuller is also strong against the run, though he's relatively slim and strength is one of his major question marks. Some more time in the weight room would likely help his game immensely. Though he's a good leaper, Fuller isn't an elite athlete and ran the 40 in 4.49 at the NFL combine. He has a good pedigree with older brothers Corey and Vincent selected in the sixth and fourth rounds in 2013 and 2005, respectively. Fuller's value could likely increase due to his ability on special teams. He averaged 13.7 yards on 41 career punt returns with one touchdown and also blocked a kick. Fuller might not become a top-flight shutdown corner, but should be able to help a team almost immediately and will likely be selected before the latter portion of the second round.