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Devin Fuller | Wide Receiver

Team: UCLA Bruins
Age / DOB:  (21) / 1/29/1994
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 195

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UCLA junior WR Devin Fuller has been moved from the slot to the outside in the hopes of maximizing his big-play ability.
Fuller recorded 457 yards after the catch last season, which was even greater than his receiving total. The reason? Screen passes behind the line of scrimmage. "He's going to be a guy you'll see in a lot of different spots" offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone said. It is difficult to know what UCLA's offense will look like with a new quarterback at the helm, but HC Jim Mora Jr. loves to mix screens with vertical shots. Aug 19 - 10:26 AM
Source: LA Times

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UCLA junior WR Devin Fuller had 457 yards after the catch last season.

Here's what shocking about that stat: He had 447 receiving yards total in 2014. How is that possible? Because most of Fuller's catches came off screen passes, which contributed greatly to Brett Hundley's yards and completion percentage last year. Fuller is a great candidate to break out this year.
May 30 - 11:49 PM

UCLA sophomore WR Devin Fuller didn't play on Saturday against Arizona State due to what most believe is a hip injury.

The Bruins haven't yet addressed Fuller's injury status. Fuller entered the weekend with a team-high 40 catches for 453 yards and four touchdowns. Averaging 28 yards per kick return, Fuller was also UCLA's best run-back men.
Source: LA Times
Sun, Nov 24, 2013 08:58:00 PM

UCLA sophomore WR Devin Fuller could become an impact target for the Bruins after gaining more experience at the position.

Fuller, a former quarterback, started two games while playing in seven others, making 20 catches on the season for 145 yards and two touchdowns. "The guy just has special skills," head coach Jim Mora said after pegging Fuller as a breakout candidate. "Sometimes maybe you don’t appreciate it as much because he makes it look so darn easy. He’s just effortless in the way he moves."
Source: Inside UCLA
Wed, Aug 21, 2013 09:46:00 AM