Cornerback Kendall Fuller, a five-star recruit from Our Lady of Good Counsel in Olney, Md., will choose between Virginia Tech and Clemson on Sunday at noon at the Gridiron Kings, a prospect event in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. It will be online on ESPN3.
The Gridiron Kings features 65 of the nation’s top skill position players. It’ll take place at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex from Friday through Sunday.
Fuller tweeted the news this afternoon. Rivals ranks him as the No. 1 cornerback nationally and the No. 3 overall prospect. 247 Sports has him as the No. 2 cornerback and the No. 12 overall prospect.
His recruitment has been of high interest for Hokies fans. All three of Fuller’s older brothers — Vincent, Corey and Kyle – have attended Virginia Tech. The latter two are currently on the roster.
Fuller visited Clemson last weekend, a week after making his most recent trip to Virginia Tech for the Hokies’ one-day camp. He sported a haircut he debuted previously at Nike’s The Opening that featured a Virginia Tech logo on one side of his head and a Clemson one on the other.
Kyle Fuller, currently a Hokies cornerback, talked about his younger brother’s recruitment at the ACC Kickoff earlier this week, saying he’s let his opinions be known.
“I used to just sit back,” he said. “Recently, I’ve been saying a little bit more. Not too much, but he knows what I want him to do.”