Elite WR target talks about his recruitment

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Ahmad Fulwood - Wide Receiver
Height: 6-4   Weight: 200   Hometown: Bishop Kenny, FL (Jacksonville HS)   Class: 2013


From Lauren Goddard of The Spear:

Starting off, Ahmad talked about a few of the schools who have been targeting him initially.

"Some of the schools are Arkansas, Clemson, Florida, Notre Dame, and Miami.”

But of that group, one has a special place in his heart.

"I grew up a fan of Miami.”

Being a fan of Miami, Fulwood has an eye on the allegations which will definitely have an impact on his decision.

“Right now, [I'm not too worried]. If they get in trouble then yes. I don’t want to play at a place where that kind of thing is going on. Those aren’t the kind of people I want to be around.”

With all the early interest, one team is notably not recruiting him just yet.

“Well, honestly, I haven’t heard a lot from the FSU coaches. I’m not being recruited by anyone in particular.”

Although he hasn't received an offer from the Seminoles yet, he's waiting on the Noles to come after him.

“It would be a big offer. It would be really nice. I like what Coach Fisher is doing there.”

Florida State has some big receivers they use quite often in Fisher's offense, and at 6'4", 200 pounds, Fulwood knows he'd fit right in.

"I actually watched some of their games last year like the Clemson game. I really like how they use their big receivers. It’s a good fit [for me].”

As a big receiver, Fulwood is looking closely at each college's offensive scheme to see where he'd fit in best.

“Well, I play in a high-tempo offense right now, so I’d like to play in that offense. At the same time, I can play in an offense where I’m the only guy on the field and they run and run, then throw it up to me. I like the spread though.”

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Ahmad Fulwood Recruiting Profile
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