Will Fuller decides to stay in college for senior year

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Notre Dame Fighting Irish wideout Will Fuller announced that he would be staying in school for his final year of eligibility Wednesday.

Fuller reportedly said he wants to finish up his ND degree before making a jump to the pros. It is a bold move by one of the college football rank’s top wide receivers. In his collegiate career, Fuller has well over 2,000 yards receiving. This year, he’s amassed over 900 yards through the air with 12 touchdowns all while playing with the team’s back-up quarterback.

Fuller is currently second on the Irish’s list of career touchdown receptions with 28. He is an exceptional talent that will only improve upon his skills with another season in college.

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