Ht: 6-2 Wt: 205
40-yard dash: 4.51
Rivals: 3-Star #34 SAF
Scout: 4-Star #10 CB
247Sports: 4-Star #2 ATH
ESPN: 4-Star #9 ATH
Jordan Fuller, the Gatorade New Jersey player of the year and the NJ.com player of the year as a senior, is a 4-star prospect (ESPN, Scout, 247Sports) and one of the outstanding athletes in this class … he is rated as high as the No. 2 athlete nationally by 247Sports and ESPN ranking him No. 9, with Scout ranking him in the Top 10 (No. 9) at cornerback … he is also rated as high as the No. 41 overall player (247Sports) with Scout ranking him No. 127 and with a 151 ranking on the ESPN 300 … the No. 132 player overall by Prepstar and a member of its Dream Team … Fuller helped Old Tappan, coached by Brian Dunn, to a record of 29-5 between 2013-15, including a 12-0 season in 2015 when the Golden Knights won their first state title in 30 years … Fuller led the way with 747 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns; 33 receptions for 886 yards and five touchdowns; 44 tackles, six interceptions and 135 passing yards … he had 646 rushing yards and five touchdowns as a junior in addition to 15 receptions and 53 tackles … his career numbers include 30 touchdowns with two of those scores off interception returns and two off punt returns … played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and attended The Opening in Beaverton, Ore., in Summer 2015 … it’s reported he received his first scholarship offer in eighth grade … is the son of Cindy Mizelle and Bart Fuller … brother, Devin, just completed a fine collegiate football career at UCLA … also has one sister, Jasmine.
Ohio State, Alabama, Michigan, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State, UCLA, Stanford, TCU
Torrance Gibson, Chris Gamble, Darron Lee
A big cornerback prospect, Fuller played all over the field in high school. He's a bit raw at this point, but has the overall athleticism to be molded into a future first round pick.
Fuller is expected to play this year by his coaches. That will initially take place on special teams and he will be given an opportunity in practice to see if that can extend to the defense.