With just over two weeks before the NFL draft the Bills were still welcoming pre-draft visitors in Orchard Park. On Monday they played host to Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller. He's just 190 pounds, but the six-foot Fuller plays a lot bigger and more aggressive than his stature might indicate. The Virginia Tech product was a three time All-ACC performer for the Hokies thanks to his anticipation and nose for the football.
Fuller had six interceptions in his college career with four forced fumbles and an impressive 23.5 tackles for loss. He put up a 4.49 40 time at the NFL combine along with a 38 ½-inch vertical, 10-foot eight-inch broad jump and a sub-seven second three cone drill (6.90).
He also has strong NFL bloodlines with two older brothers having played in the league in Detroit WR Corey Fuller and former Tennessee Titan Vincent Fuller.
Fuller is forecast as a late first or early second round selection. The former Hokie is naturally hoping to come off the board on day one.
"That's one of my goals," said Fuller. "All I can do is show what I can do and I can believe that I'm a first round pick, but I'm not focused on that," said Fuller. "I just have to do what I have to do and whatever team takes me I'll be happy to be with them."