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    Safety Vince Fuller from Va Tech

    Fuller (6-0 7/8, 187) ran his 40s in 4.48 and 4.47. He added a 3.75 short shuttle and a 6.50 three-cone drill.

    Wow he ran a 3.75 short shuttle... fastest I've seen. 2nd round FS pick? Anybody know anything about this guy.


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    Re: Safety Vince Fuller from Va Tech

    speed is one thing and coverage skills are another.I dont have any info on this guy,but that is the question to ask.I'd ask Nick he might know of him
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    Re: Safety Vince Fuller from Va Tech

    I would have said he's a second day guy, but those numbers are intriguing. I don't think it's enough to get him into the first day though. I'd still say he's probably a second day guy, only now maybe fourth as opposed to fifth or sixth.
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    Re: Safety Vince Fuller from Va Tech

    He's a workout warrior as his numbers show. He has great wheels, no fear of run support, and experience at both corner & safety. However, he does make mistakes in coverage and at 190 pounds won't be covering many TEs. If he can come in and learn at the feet of Aeneas for a season, Fuller could be a very viable 4th round option.
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