Oct 26, 2013; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies cornerback Kendall Fuller (11) intercepts a pass intended for Duke Blue Devils wide receiver Jamison Crowder (3) during the first quarter at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

Kendall Fuller Was Named a First-Team Freshman All-American by Sporting News

Kendall Fuller was the centerpiece of the Class of 2013 that came to Virginia Tech and was seen as one of the best recruits ever to choose Virginia Tech over other major programs.  Kendall Fuller has made an impact for the Hokies from the first game against Alabama and is showing the potential to be Virginia Tech’s best defensive player since Bruce Smith which is definitely saying something. Fuller has shown that he will eventually a first round pick in the NFL Draft whether that comes in 2016 or 2017.

Kendall Fuller has had a great season and was deservingly selected by Sporting News to the First-Team Freshman All-American Team.

Kendall Fuller showed off tons of star potential and is definitely deserving of being a First Team Freshman All-American. Fuller’s signature performance probably came in the loss to Duke when Fuller may have been the player of the game with 3 interceptions on that afternoon. Fuller had 6 total interceptions as a freshman and caused plenty of issues including when Fuller ripped the ball out of a Maryland player’s hand in what was one of the most impressive forced fumbles I’ve ever seen. Congratulations to Kendall Fuller for being elected to the Sporting News First-Team Freshman All-American Team.

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