|Fuller played only one full season of college football, but he's hoping his natural speed will be able to turn enough heads to get him noticed even more for the draft. An All-American indoor track athlete in high school, Fuller originally attended Kansas and was a member of the track and field team for two years. He transfered to Virginia Tech to play wide receiver, but played only six games and caught two passes in 2011. Fuller, the brother of former Tennessee Titans defensive back Vince Fuller, broke out as a senior in 2012, finishing with 43 catches for 815 yards and six touchdowns. He had a pair of 100-yard performances, including one against a highly regarded Florida State defense, for a Hokies team that went 7-6. It was enough to receive an invite to the scouting combine, where he ran a 4.43 time in the 40-yard dash that ranked seventh among the wide receiver prospects. Fuller could be a strong deep threat in the NFL because of his speed, but scouts have noticed it takes him some time to reach his peak due to an inability to get off the line quickly. Still, his raw speed and athletic ability provide some potential that could make him a low-risk pick in the middle to late rounds.