Fresno State: A physically imposing player who should give the Bulldogs interior scoring and rebounding ? good agility around the basket ? should prove to be a shot-blocking force ? was one of the top junior college players in the nation before he came to Fresno State. (2001-02) Played in 32 games, starting 10 ? averaged 5.2 points and 5.6 rebounds per game ? best game of the year came against Savannah State, when he poured in 15 points and grabbed 18 rebounds ? posted two double-doubles ? after notching double figures in points in six of seven games near the beginning of the year, Fuller struggled somewhat in the second half of the season, scoring 10 points only once in the last 14 games ? played a big part in Fresno State's win against UTEP, pulling in 11 rebounds.
Wabash Valley Junior College: Was the No. 2 rated power forward in the nation at Wabash Valley (Mt. Carmel, Ill.) College, leading his team to the NJCAA national championship with a 37-1 record ? averaged a double-double with 14 points and 10.5 per game ? scored a season high of 22 points against Vincennes and had season highs of 15 rebounds and 10 blocked shots ? played the 1999-00 season at Modesto (Calif.) Junior College, where he averaged 14 points and 12 rebounds per game ? was selected a third-team preseason All-American by Street and Smith's for Wabash Valley ? coached by Jay Spoonhour, son of UNLV head coach Charlie Spoonhour ? recruited by Cincinnati and Oregon.
High School: Started at center for two years at Stadium High School ? led his team scoring (21 ppg), rebounding (9.0), blocks (6.0) and field goal percentage (64%) ? also competed in football and track,
Personal: Born May 15, 1981, in East St. Louis, Mo. ? one of three children of Cherrie and Richard Clark ? has not undeclared a major.
STATISTICS Year GP-S FG% 3FG% FT% RPG A TO BLK ST TP PPG 2001-02 32-10 .444 .100 .561 5.6 9 48 23 14 165 5.2 Totals 32-10 .444 .100 .561 5.6 9 48 23 14 165 5.2
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