Good Counsel cornerback Kendall Fuller, the top football prospect in the Washington area, announced via Twitter that he will make his college decision Sunday at noon as part of the Gridiron Kings recruiting event on ESPN3. Fuller is choosing between Virginia Tech and Clemson.
Fuller’s recruitment has been of great interest to Hokies fans since two of his brothers, Kyle and Corey, currently play at Virginia Tech. Eldest brother Vincent, who spent the past seven years in the NFL, also played for Coach Frank Beamer.
An All Met last fall, Fuller is considered the nation’s top cornerback and the No. 3 prospect overall by Rivals.com. Last weekend, he visited Clemson for the second time to show his mother, a Virginia Tech fan, around campus. He also wanted to speak with the Tigers coaching staff again about the team’s defensive backs situation.
Fuller’s good friend and teammate at Good Counsel, linebacker Dorian O’Daniel orally committed to Clemson in April.
“It’s about wherever I feel comfortable at,” Fuller told The Post at Virginia Tech’s recruiting camp, a week before his Clemson visit. “I guess just where I feel like I’m gonna develop the most as a player. I also look at the defensive backs situation, because that’s who you’re gonna be around the most.”