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Jeff Fuller Becomes A&M's All-Time Receptions Leader

Heading into last night's game against Idaho, Texas A&M WR Jeff Fuller needed four catches to break Terrence Murphy's school record of 172 receptions. Needless to say, Fuller finished the game with five catches for 79 yards and now holds the record with plenty of games left to add to his total.

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Fuller has been a joy to watch since he exploded onto the scene his freshman year with 50 catches for 630 yards and nine touchdowns. I have watched him catch passes for the Aggies, in person, on over 20 occasions and have been very impressed with his all-around skill set. I think he has the tools to be a very solid receiver in the NFL next year, and NFL Draft Bible feels the same way:

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Good bloodlines, as his father played in the NFL and Fuller has an NFL body-- he just looks the part as a number one receiver in the NFL. An exceptional athlete who can go up and get the football in traffic, Fuller also possesses a dependable set of hands. He needs to show the ability to run better routes and that will come with time.

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Fuller elected to return this season for his senior year as he looks to improve his draft stock from an early second-rounder to potentially being drafted late in the first.

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Head Coach Mike Sherman convinced Fuller to switch his commitment from Oklahoma to the Aggies in December of 2007, and he hasn't looked back since.

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