Super Bowl LIV winner, Kendall Fuller is currently in his seventh season in the National Football League. Fuller entered the NFL as a draft pick in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, when he was selected by the Washington Commanders.
Before going pro, Fuller started his career at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, Maryland. He was a multi-sport athlete where he played football and ran track.
Together on the high school football team, he played alongside Blake Countess and Stefon Diggs. During his senior, Fuller recorded a total of 44 receptions for 695 yards and seven touchdowns on offense and three interceptions, eight pass breakups, and 28 tackles (including a sack) on defense, he was named the Army All-American Defensive Player of the Year and the Maryland Gatorade Football Player of the Year.
Fuller was a hurdler and jumper on the track and field circuit. He achieved personal bests in the 110-meter hurdles (17.94 seconds), the 300-meter hurdles (47.81 seconds), the long jump (6.48 meters; 21 feet, 2.5 inches); and the triple jump (13.71 meters; 45 feet); and the triple jump (45 feet).
Fuller was a sought-after athlete and he received a lot of offers from institutions such as Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Michigan, Ohio State, Ole Miss, and South Carolina but chose Virginia Tech instead.
Fuller attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and played for the Virginia Tech Hokies from 2013 to 2015.
Is Kendall Fuller a slot?
Kendall Fuller is a slot and was once the best slot cornerback in the league. Despite being lined up mostly on the outside and not in the slot, Fuller recorded 14 pass breakups and only allowed 9.4 yards per reception.
How many yards did Kendall Fuller allow?
In 2022, Kendall Fuller allowed 23 (23.0 p/g) yards