Jordan Fuller made his college selection on Monday to play for the Ohio State Buckeyes. The Westwood NJ Old Tappan athlete felt that Ohio State was his leader but had plenty of options after being named to the Army All American Bowl. Notre Dame, Michigan and Penn State were all a consideration. (Ad: Check out the TurboTax Superbowl 50 Advertisement at 2015Taxes.ca)
He felt very comfortable with the team and coaches at Ohio State. Fuller will play cornerback at OSU in the fall. There’s a long list of things that Fuller liked about Ohio State including the tradition, the player development, and the opportunity to play early.
Fuller joins other Army American alumni going to Ohio State including Jonathan Cooper, Jake Hausmann, Demario McCall, and Austin Mack.
Fuller is a 4 star prospect. The 2nd best player in New Jersey this season, he is also ranked the 2nd best athlete in the country. He scored 11 touchdowns rushing for 747 yards as a senior. And also caught 5 touchdowns along with 786 yards receiving. His high school team finished 12-0 and won the state championship title. He played safety on defense and got 44 tackles with 6 interceptions on the year.
Ohio State has gotten New Jersey cornerbacks in the past that have done well including Malcolm Jenkins and Eli Apple.
Jordan Fuller 2015 Senior Highlights (Ohio State | Old Tappan Golden Knights)
NFL Draft 2020
Fuller was drafted in the NFL 2020 Draft in the 6th round, 99th selection overall, by the Los Angeles Rams.