Griffin High School (GA) athlete Keyston Fuller was one of a large group of prospects that vsited…
Keyston Fuller Visiting Georgia Tech June 5th
Profile - Keyston Fuller Griffin, Georgia athlete Keyston Fuller is being recruited by schools that like him as both and offensive and a defensive player. Fuller has received two recent offers bringing his offer total to eleven. The two recent offers have come from Mississippi State and Georgia State. Georgia Tech and Duke are the two schools, from that group of eleven, that Keyston feels are recruiting him the hardest. "They make sure we stay in contact with one another in some way." When asked how he feels about those two schools, Fuller responded that he likes them a lot. Fuller's family values a good education and both those schools are well respected academically. "Plus, both schools make me feel wanted." Fuller will be making the short trip to Georgia Tech June 5th for their recruit day function. "The coaches invited me to come up there and I am looking forward to making the visit." There are no other visits planned for Keyston at this time. Most of Keyston's time this summer will be spent playing baseball. Fuller still plans to play both football and baseball in college. Schools are looking at Fuller for a variety of positions. Georgia Tech likes him as an A Back in their spread option offense, Georgia likes him on defense, and the other schools like Keyston as a receiver. "I am an offensive minded player but I can see myself playing defense if asked." If Fuller's decision came down to the two in-state schools, Keyston would have a tough time reaching a decision. "I'd have to sit down with my family and see what is best for me." Keyston and his mom have been discussing when he'll make that decision. "We both feel that it would be best to make a decision after my senior season."
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