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Recruiting: Indiana WR-RB Stratton Fuller commits to Army during visit

Stratton Fuller’s unofficial Army football visit finished in coach Jeff Monken’s office Monday.

Fuller was asked by Monken if he had any concerns regarding his potential future with the Black Knights and West Point. The Columbia City (Ind.) slotback-receiver looked at his parents and knew it was time to make his decision.

”I’m in,” Fuller told Monken, committing to Army.

Fuller knew how prestigious an opportunity to play football and attend West Point was when when he received an offer on May 15. Fuller’s visit took that vision to another level.

”It (the visit) was insane,” Fuller said. “The whole campus was amazing to see.”

Army was Fuller’s No. 1 school prior to the visit as he considered offers from eight Mid-American Conference schools, including in-state Ball State plus an UMass offer.

”What’s funny is I never thought I could see myself at an academy school,” Fuller said. “But as I got older and learned more about them, particularly Army, it was right in the mix and obviously became the leader.

”The thing keeping me from committing was my family and I still had a lot of questions that we needed answered. Once we got the answers to those questions, we knew it was only right to commit right there with Coach Monken.”

Fuller is being recruited to play slotback and wide receiver at Army. Columbia City runs a similar offense to Army’s under-center option scheme. Fuller, who also plays cornerback and returns kicks for Columbia City, had 45 catches for 707 yards and nine TDs, 139 rushing yards and three scores and two interceptions, including a Pick Six as a junior. He is Columbia City’s career leader in receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and punt return yards.

”I feel like I can be a big-play guy in the pass game and a solid option in the run game,” Fuller said.

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