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Kendall Fuller | Cornerback

Team: Virginia Tech Hokies
Age / DOB:  (20) / 2/13/1995
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 190

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NFL Media ranks Virginia Tech junior CB Kendall Fuller as the No. 7 defender in the nation.
"The younger brother of 2014 Chicago Bears first-round pick Kyle Fuller, Kendall is filling his sibling's shoes nicely as one of the top cornerbacks in college football for the Hokies," wrote NFL.com's Chase Goodbread. "He'll be the best man-to-man coverage cornerback in the ACC this season and has the size to handle bigger receivers." Fuller led the Hokies with 15 passes defended last season. He added two interceptions, giving him a total of 26 breakups and eight interceptions across his two-year collegiate career. May 19 - 11:14 PM
Source: NFL.com

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Scout.com ranks Virginia Tech junior CB Kendall Fuller as the No. 18 draft prospect in the nation.

"Fuller is blessed with a combination of good size and speed," wrote Scout.com's Jamie Newberg. "Add his athleticism and you have the makings of a first round draft pick next spring." The NFL loves bloodlines and Fuller will benefit from that preference. His brother Kyle was drafted in Round 1 by the Bears in 2014, and Vincent (defensive back) and Corey Fuller (wide receiver) played in the NFL last decade.
Source: Scout.com
May 17 - 7:39 PM

Virginia Tech junior CB Kendall Fuller debuted at No. 13 on Mel Kiper's first 2016 Big Board.

"It goes beyond pedigree with Fuller," he wrote. "He has three older brothers who all went to VT and all landed in the NFL, and Kendall might be the best of the bunch. He has great instincts in coverage, plays physical and was an All-American in 2014, even though he wasn't at 100 percent. With 25 starts already under his belt, he'll have a ton of experience by the time 2015 is over." Kendall's brother Kyle was a recent first-rounder of the Bears. The 6-foot, 190-pound Kendall enters the year as a consensus Round 1 prospect.
May 16 - 4:23 PM

Rotoworld's Josh Norris gave the Baltimore Ravens Virginia Tech junior CB Kendall Fuller at No. 23 in a recent mock draft.

"Fuller did not play as well his sophomore year as his freshman year," he wrote. "Still, it's not as if the talent disappeared. Teams will like the NFL bloodlines." Kendall's brother Kyle is, of course, a former first-rounder of the Bears. ESPN's Todd McShay sent Fuller to the Saints at No. 21. "Kendall had a strong true sophomore campaign for the Hokies last season," he wrote. "He uses his hands very well and has good size, athleticism and instincts."
Source: Rotoworld
May 14 - 8:24 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Virginia Tech junior CB Kendall Fuller is "more fundamentally sound at this point than [Vernon] Hargreaves but not as athletic, Fuller would be quite the consolation prize if he doesn't overtake his Florida counterpart."

Fuller ranks as the No. 5 underclassmen prospect in the nation. The 6-foot, 190-pound Fuller has been outstanding since the day he stepped foot on campus, earning freshman All-American and ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors as a true frosh. Kendall's brother Kyle was drafted in the first round by the Bears in 2013.
Source: CBS Sports
May 11 - 9:45 PM

Virginia Tech sophomore CB Kendall Fuller intercepted a pass in a bowl triumph over Cincinnati on Saturday.

It was his first pick since returning an interception 47 yards for a touchdown in an October victory over North Carolina. The 6-foot, 190-pound Fuller earned freshman All-American and ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors last season, and he remained outstanding in his sophomore campaign, despite finishing with four fewer interceptions. The 6-foot, 190-pound Kendall is the brother of Kyle, a Chicago Bear drafted in the first round last year. "He doesn't sink well enough in his backpedals, and it hinders his ability to transition forward," Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl recently wrote. "However, he's an effective hand fighter with the instincts, strength and balance to make life difficult for receivers."
Sat, Dec 27, 2014 10:07:00 PM

Virginia Tech sophomore CB Kendall Fuller's hand fighting helps to overcome other weaknesses in his game, according to Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl.

"He doesn't sink well enough in his backpedals, and it hinders his ability to transition forward," they wrote. "However, he's an effective hand fighter with the instincts, strength and balance to make life difficult for receivers." Kendall's brother Kyle is a Chicago Bear drafted in the first round last year. The 6-foot, 190-pound Kendall Fuller earned freshman All-American and ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors last season and didn't slow down in 2014.
Sat, Dec 20, 2014 07:26:00 PM

Virginia Tech sophomore CB Kendall Fuller returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown in Saturday's 34-17 win over North Carolina.

Fuller cut in front of Bug Howard to steal redshirt freshman Mitch Trubisky's quick pass with 1:01 before halftime. He glided down the right side unabated to push the Hokies' lead to 24-3. The 6-foot, 190-pound Fuller earned freshman All-American and ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors last season after finishing with 58 tackles and a team-high six interceptions. He's one of college football's best sophomore corners.
Sun, Oct 5, 2014 06:48:00 PM

Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster mentions that sophomore CB Kendall Fuller is "a little bigger, a little more physical" than older brother Kyle and "he's a lot like" Brandon Flowers.

"I'm hoping in a couple years, he's going to be the best one. He's a lot like Brandon Flowers, a lot like his brother," Foster said. "He's a little bigger, a little more physical, I think, than Kyle can be. So he's kind of in that line with Brandon, being a physical guy at the point of attack. But he has a great IQ." The 6-foot-0, 190 pound Fuller had a freshman All-American season after finishing the year with 58 tackles and a team-high six interceptions, earning ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year honors.
Mon, Aug 11, 2014 04:52:00 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl believes Virginia Tech is set at CB for the next few years thanks to young talent at the position.

Weidl calls Kendall Fuller and Bandon Facyson "a pair of talented freshmen." Kendall is the fourth in the string of Fuller brothers at Virginia Tech "and may end up being the best of the bunch," Weidl tweeted. "Strong eyes, instincts with exceptional ball skills." Kyle Fuller and Antone Exum will both be leaving for the NFL.
Wed, Dec 11, 2013 11:38:00 AM