Junior WR target wants to visit Clemson

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


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As reported in Sunday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, one of Florida’s top 2013 prospects, receiver Ahmad Fulwood Ahmad Fulwood
Wide Receiver
6-4, 200
Bishop Kenny, FL

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is looking to make his way to Fayetteville to visit and attend an Arkansas game this season.

Fulwood, 6-4, 200, 4.45 of Jacksonville Bishop Kenny High School reports 11 scholarship offers, including Arkansas, Miami, Tennessee, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Clemson and Boston College. He’s humbled by the early offers.

“I knew the recruiting process was going to start sooner than later,” Fulwood said. “But I didn’t think that soon. I’m very shocked at that and I’m very blessed to have this opportunity. I’m taking it one step at a time. it’s an amazing process to be in.”

Fulwood, who had about 39 receptions for 515 yards and 9 touchdowns as a sophomore, said his teammate and promising 2014 quarterback John Wolford will likely come with him when visiting Arkansas.

In addition to the Hogs, Notre Dame, Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and Boston College are other schools Fulwood hopes to visit this fall.

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He visited Dabo Swinney Camp in June 2011. He has also visited Duke, Wake Forest, Florida, and Miami. Wants to make his decision before the beginning of his senior year. Wants to play where it feels like home and he can get a good education.

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