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Updated: February 6, 2013
2012 Honorable Mention All-ACC
2012 Coaches All-ACC Honorable Mention
2011 Second-Team All-ACC
2012: An honorable mention All-ACC and Coaches All-ACC selection at corner … Started all 13 games … Played 749 defensive snaps and contributed on 77 special teams plays … Had 52 tackles, including 3.0 for loss … Also had two interceptions and five pass break-ups … Made a game-changing interception in overtime to get the Hokies the ball back and eventually claim victory over Georgia Tech … Intercepted a pass for the second-straight game against Austin Peay … Made three tackles in limited action at Pittsburgh, leaving the game early due to a shoulder injury … Broke up a pass against Bowling Green … Made six solo tackles against Cincinnati … Had six tackles and a break-up at North Carolina … Forced a fumble and made four tackles against Duke … Made four tackles at Miami … Had eight tackles, including one for loss against Florida State … Made six tackles at Boston College … Broke up two passes and made six tackles in the win over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl.
2011: A second-team All-ACC selection at corner ... Started all 14 games at two different positions on the defense ... Started at nickel back/whip linebacker for seven games and corner for the other seven games ... Played over 850 snaps on defense and 112 on special teams ... Had 65 tackles, a team-high 14.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks on the season ... Also added seven pass breakups, two interceptions, five quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... Was in on four tackles, including two for losses against Appalachian State ... Recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown in the third quarter ... Had four tackles, including three solo and two tackles for lost yardage at East Carolina ... Also had first career interception and was credited with a pass break up ... Posted a team-high 44 points in the coaches' grading at ECU ... Named ACC Defensive Back of the Week on Sept. 12 following the ECU game ... Registered five tackles, including four solo, one and a half sacks, a breakup and two QB hurries in the win over Arkansas State ... Also had a nine-yard punt return ... Contributed four tackles, including three solo in the win at Marshall ... Had two tackles in the Clemson game ... Returned a punt nine yards ... Posted eight tackles with six solo stops and a TFL in the win over Miami ... Had three tackles at Wake Forest ... Picked up a team-high four solo tackles, a TFL and two hurries against BC ... Finished with five total stops ... Had a big game at Duke, leading the team with eight tackles, including two for loss ... Also had a sack for 10 lost yards, his first career fumble recovery and three pass breakups ... Made a key open-field tackle on fourth down to stop Duke's potential game-winning drive late in the game ... Moved to whip linebacker for the Georgia Tech game ... Started at whip against the Yellow Jackets and made four tackles ... Returned to corner for the UNC game and had five tackles, including two TFL and a sack ... Had four tackles, including a forced fumble on a sack late in the second quarter at Virginia ... Started at whip in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson and tallied eight tackles, including two for lost yardage … Had an interception in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan … Won the President’s Award, given to the defensive player who demonstrates the most outstanding leadership during the off-season program and spring workouts.
2010: Started seven games as a true freshmen, primarily in the Hokies’ nickel defense … Posted 32 tackles, four for losses … Also broke up six passes and forced a fumble … Worked 10 special team plays in each of the Hokies’ first two games … Drew a start in the ECU game and contributed a pair of tackles … Was in on a tackle at BC … Saw action on special teams at NC State … Was in on 15 defensive plays and picked up a tackle against Central Michigan … Saw action on 13 plays in the Wake Forest game and contributed a pair of tackles … Played 70 snaps in a start against Duke and had five tackles and a breakup … Started in the Georgia Tech game, contributing five tackles and a pass breakup over 61 plays … Also started at Miami where he had five tackles, a TFL, forced a fumble and broke up a pass … Had a career-high 10 tackles, including three behind the line, and two pass breakups in a start against Virginia … Started in the ACC title game against FSU and in the Orange Bowl game … Had a 38 1/2-inch vertical jump in the fall and posted a 340-pound front squat during off-season testing … Contributed a tackle for loss and a pass breakup during the first full spring scrimmage … Intercepted a pass and returned it 17 yards during in the Maroon-White game.
High School: A talented player for Coach Chip Armstrong at Mount St. Joseph High … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as a defensive back … Listed as the No. 42 cornerback in the country by ESPN/Scouts Inc. … Ranked the No. 80 cornerback in the country by Scout.com … Ranked as the No. 14 player on the Mid-Atlantic (DC/Maryland area) 53 bySuperPrep … Played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, an all-star game, despite missing most of his senior season with a finger injury … A member of the SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic Team … Recorded one interception his senior year … Had four interceptions as a junior, returning two of those for touchdowns … Also had a punt return touchdown and kick return score that season.
Personal: Kyle Brandon Fuller … Born 2/16/92 in Baltimore, MD … Son of Vincent Fuller and Nina Dorsey-Fuller … Brother of former Hokie and former Tennessee Titan Vincent Fuller and former Tech receiver Corey Fuller … Younger brother, Kendall, has signed to come play football at Tech … Cousin of former Hokie football player Damien Russell … Is studying finance.