Chris Petersen's efforts to establish a recruiting pipeline in Texas were bolstered today when Aaron Fuller, a 5-10, 170 lb. receiver out of Lovejoy High School in Allen, faxed his letter of intent into the offices on Montlake.
In his senior year, Fuller proved to be quiet the target for University of Houston-bound quarterback Bowman Sells, hauling in 86 catches for 1,178 yards and 14 touchdowns in 11 games. That performance came on top of his even more impressive junior season, in which Fuller caught 66 passes for 1,389 yards and 22 touchdowns, also in 11 contests.
Fuller will immediately contend to help fill the slotback-style receiver role that became vacant with the departure of Jaydon Mickens and Marvin Hall following the 2015 season.
And another one from the Lone Star State. Husky Nation please welcome out of Lovejoy HS, WR Aaron Fuller! #NSD2016 pic.twitter.com/Gojq8IeNiV— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) February 3, 2016
Excited 2 welcome @AF9822 2 @UW_Football family. Over 180 catches, 3,000yds, & 48tds @LovejoyHS #NSD16 #PurpleReign pic.twitter.com/DzuIZWjkjT— Bush Hamdan (@bushhamdan) February 3, 2016
You can check out the highlights of Aaron's junior season below, courtesy of Hudl.