Nick Fuller 2013 (offered)

I have been reading about this possible recruit from Wisconsin
I see he is ESPN ranked #19 for small forwards in the country
It seems Coach Miles is working on getting more talented players in the Big Ten Country
Here is some articles I found

ESPN Recruiting
Rankin's risers: 2013 SF Nick Fuller
By Reggie Rankin

Junior wing Nick Fuller (Sun Prairie, Wis./Sun Prairie) has had a terrific season, averaging 25.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and just over 5.0 assists per game, while playing virtually every position on the floor in order to help his team.
At 6-foot-7 and 195 pounds, he is a skilled shooter with range beyond the arc who has added to his game at a steady rate. The lefty scorer has honed his ballhandling and passing skills as well, due to his great work ethic.
"Nick has gotten better every year. He is more than just a shooter," said Justin Litscher, who is Fuller's AAU coach on the Wisconsin Swing. "He is much better at attacking the rim. Nick is a great kid who works hard."
"He has a solid stroke that extends beyond the arc and he excels spotting up on the break and on a catch-and-shoot basis off dribble-drive penetration and kickouts," said Antonio Curro, the National Recruiting Director of NY2LASPORTS.COM, who does a great job covering Wisconsin high school basketball. "He's got solid size and length and has shown an improved ability to score off the bounce and knock down the midrange jumper in recent months. His best years of basketball lie ahead." Ranked #19 SF in 2013 by ESPN
"Shooting the ball is what I do best and I have to get stronger and improve my overall defense on and off the ball," Fuller said.
Fuller who has a 3.5 GPA has offers from Nebraska, Creighton, Marquette, Missouri St, Milwaukee, Butler, Illinois St, St Louis, Toledo, Dayton and Northern Iowa.
Fuller seems to be the total package. A good kid with great family support, academically strong and a good player who is improving. A coach's dream prospect at any level.

2012 Bill Hensley Run N Slam Saturday Action
by VanColeman on May 5, 2012 with 0 Comments in ACC Basketball , Big 12 Basketball , Big East Basketball , Big Ten Basketball , Mid Majors Basketball , Pac 12 Basketball , SEC Basketball

The 2012 Spiece Bill Hensley Run N Slam moved from Pool to Tournament play this evening at the Spiece Fieldhouse as eight teams survived to move to the Elite Eight in the morning at the Spiece Fieldhouse.
But, before those teams emerged there was a number of upsets. One that caught our eye was the opening round upending of the Spiece Indy Heat by the Wisconsin Swing who were playing a man short as their 6-9 Indiana commit Luke Fisher wasn’t with them in Fort Wayne. But, that didn’t seem to make a difference to their deadeye perimeter duo of Bronson Koenig and Nick Fuller who flat out put on a shooting show versus the host squad. Fuller finished with thirty-three according to one official tally. It was close early as 6-1 Bryson Scott matched them shot for shot, but in the third period he cooled off and the Swing ran away for a twenty-plus point win that left the crowd buzzing.
Nick Fuller 6-7 WG/F Wisconsin Swing – This smooth left handed wing can knock down the three with best in the class, create drive and finish in traffic with surprising strength at the rim. He has a Chris Mullens type game (there’s a name from the archive) and can flat out score as well as create shot for others with pass on the wing

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