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2012 NFL Draft Prospects: Jeff Fuller Could Make It First Round Triplets For Aggies

Earlier this week we went over the cases for Aggies QB Ryan Tannehill and RB Cyrus Gray to be first round picks in next year's draft, but now it's time to look at star receiver Jeff Fuller. Fuller's production was off the charts last season, and other than Justin Blackmon, he's probably the best returning receiver in the NCAA. Here's what Wes Bunting of the National Football Post has to say about Fuller's prospects:

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Jeff Fuller: Texas A&M (6-3, 215)
Fuller is a guy who doesn't even need to be open to still make plays on the football. He's a strong, powerful wideout with great size and the coordination to consistently adjust to the throw. He possesses sneaky speed down the field as well and has performed extremely well vs. some of the best cornerback prospects in the nation from this past year.

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Fuller factors in as the 20th ranked player in both Dan Kadar and Jon Dove's respective mock drafts at Mocking The Draft.

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