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Updated: May 22, 2015
2014 Second-Team All-American (Walter Camp, FWAA, Fox Sports and USA Today)
2014 Third-Team All-American (Associated Press and Athlon)
2014 First-Team All-ACC (ACSMA and Coaches)
2013 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year (ACSMA and Coaches)
2013 Second-Team All-ACC (ACSMA and Coaches)
2013 Freshman All-American
2014-15: A Walter Camp, Football Writers of America, USA Today and Fox Sports second-team All-America selection ... Named a third-team All-America by The Associated Press and Athlon ... A first-team All-ACC selection by ACSMA and the coaches … Named the state Division I defensive player of the year by The Roanoke Times … A first-team all-state selection by The Roanoke Times … Started all 13 games … Was in on 987 plays, 867 on defense and 120 on special teams … Had 54 tackles, including 4.5 for loss and two sacks … Recorded two interceptions, 15 pass breakups and a forced fumble … Helped lead the Hokies with five tackles, also adding a sack and a break up in the opener against William & Mary … Broke up two passes and made five tackles in the win at Ohio State … Had four break ups and made two tackles against East Carolina … Finished the Georgia Tech game making two tackles and breaking up two passes … Had three tackles and break up against Western Michigan … Returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown, and added four tackles and two break ups at North Carolina … Was named ACC Defensive Back of the Week for his performance at North Carolina … Made five tackles and broke up a pass at Pitt … Had five tackles against Miami and Boston College … Made two tackles in the win at Duke … Had five tackles and a break up at Wake Forest … Made seven tackles in the win over Virginia … Had an interception and four tackles in Tech’s Military Bowl win over Cincinnati … Had offseason wrist surgery for a fracture he played with most of the season.
2013-14: A second-team All-ACC selection by both the coaches and ACSMA … The league’s defensive rookie of the year by both groups … A first-team freshman All-American by the FWAA, Sporting News, 247Sports and College Football News … Played in all 13 games, making 12 starts … Was in on 851 plays, 757 at corner and 94 more on special teams … Intercepted six passes and made 58 tackles in his first season … Made the start at corner in his collegiate debut, finishing the opener against Alabama with four tackles … Broke up the pass that led to a Detrick Bonner interception and touchdown, while also adding a pair of tackles and a hurry against Western Carolina … Made five tackles and broke up a pass at East Carolina … Added an interception to his seven tackles against Marshall … Made it back-to-back games with an interception, while also making three tackles at Georgia Tech … Broke up a pass and made five tackles in the win over North Carolina … Had three tackles, a break up and a hurry in the win over Pittsburgh … Made three interceptions, adding three tackles and a break up against Duke … Earned ACC co-Defensive Back of the Week honors for his play against Duke… Had six tackles at Boston College … Totaled three tackles in the win at Miami … Made eight tackles, also forcing and recovering a fumble against Maryland … Had an interception and four break ups, while helping lead the team with eight tackles at Virginia … Named ACC Defensive Back for his play against Virginia … Had two tackles in the Sun Bowl … Earned the Don Williams TEAM UNITED Award (player who puts the team first during spring workouts) for the defense at the end of the spring session.
High School: Played for Coach Bob Milloy at Our Lady of Good Counsel … A PARADE First-Team All-American as an athlete … A U.S. Army All-America Game selection … A second-team All-American by MaxPreps … The Gatorade State Player of the Year in Maryland … The U.S. Army All-American Defensive Player of the Year … Listed as the No. 9 overall prospect in the country, the No. 2 cornerback in the nation and the No. 1 prospect in Maryland by Rivals … Ranked as the No. 21 player in the country by PrepStar … Ranked as the No. 1 player in the area of Maryland/D.C./Delaware/West Virginia in SuperPrep’s preseason issue … Ranked as the No. 31 player in the country, the No. 3 cornerback in the country and the No. 2 player in his state by 247Sports … Listed as the No. 3 cornerback in the country by Scout … Ranked as the No. 5 cornerback in the country, the No. 3 player in his region and the No. 1 player in the state by ESPN Recruiting Nation … Rated as the No. 55 overall player in the country and the No. 3 cornerback by MaxPreps … A member of the ESPN150, ranked 18th … Participated in the Gridiron Kings and The Opening … A preseason SuperPrep All-American … The All-Met Offensive Player of the Year, as named by The Washington Post … Had 44 receptions for 695 yards and seven touchdowns, including three in the WCAC championship game against rival DeMatha … First-team All-WCAC … Had three interceptions, eight pass breakups and 28 tackles, including a sack, as teams shied away from his side most of the season … An All-Met selection at defensive back as a junior.
Personal: Kendall Christopher Fuller … Born 2/13/95 in Baltimore, MD … Son of Vincent Fuller and Nina Dorsey-Fuller … Has three older brothers, all of whom played football for Tech - Vincent, Corey and Kyle … Vincent played seven years in the NFL for the Tennessee Titans and Detroit Lions … Corey is with the Detroit Lions and Kyle was drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears … Cousin of former Hokie football player Damien Russell … Majoring in finance.