Kendall Fuller

Virginia Tech
CB #11
Junior 6’0″ 197


  •  Athletic family pedigree
  • Terrific career
  • Toughness to play through injuries
  • Willing tackler
  • Good closing speed
  • High football IQ
  • Speed and burst off the edge
  • Good ball skills and hand-eye coordinator
  • Quick hips and feet
  • Ball skills, range, and anticipation
  • Experience at safety in Nickle packages
  • Tracks releases well
  • Understands assignment in Zone
  • Started 25 games and broke up 34 passes between his freshman and sophomore seasons


  • Lacks desirable size and length (6’0” 197)
  • Susceptible to double moves
  • Occasionally fails to get his head around in Man
  • Takes false steps when dropping into coverage
  • Allowed 16.7 yards per completion when he was fully healthy in 2014
  • Route recognition is lacking, causing him to be late on breaks
  • History of injuries

Kendall became the fourth Fuller brother to suit up for Virginia Tech, and will be the fourth to play in the NFL. Scouts have even praised Kendall as arguably the most talented of them all. A former high school All-American, he had a major impact on defense as a true freshman, starting 12 games and intercepting six passes as he garnered Freshman All-American, second-team All-ACC and Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. Fuller continued to impress during his sophomore campaign, earning second team All-American honors from numerous sources and first team all-ACC nods from the coaches and media- all while playing with a fractured wrist on which he had surgery after the season. Fuller was bitten by the injury bug before the 2015 season as he tore the meniscus in his right knee during preseason camp. He attempted to play through the injury, but decided to hang it up after three games to have it repaired.

Pro comp: Josh Norman

Projected draft value: 2nd-3rd round

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