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CB Kyle Fuller Commits
to Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech received more good news on Tuesday night when Mt. Saint Joseph's (Baltimore, MD) cornerback Kyle Fuller gave his verbal commitment. The 6-0, 160-lbs rising senior chose the Hokies over Maryland and Kansas.
Fuller is the brother of former Tech standout Vincent Fuller, the current nickelback for the Tennessee Titans. He had four interceptions last season, and he returned two of them for touchdowns. The Hokies recruited Fuller as a cornerback, but he has the versatility to play safety if needed.
"I made my decision on a real gut feeling," Fuller said. "I guess it was one of the harder decisions I've had to make. It came down to me feeling comfortable with Virginia Tech. I was most familiar with it."
Fuller is the 13th player to commit to Virginia Tech for the 2010 recruiting class. He is rated a 3-star recruit by Rivals.com.
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