New Jersey athlete and quarterback prospect Devin Fuller will reportedly end his recruitment on Sunday, announcing his college decision while at a party with his family. Just about every program in the nation has offered Fuller, although those who have recruited him as a quarterback are the schools still in the mix. Some believed five or six schools survived his final round of cuts, but it appears he has privately trimmed it down to three or four: Arizona, Nebraska, Rutgers and UCLA.
Rutgers was a heavy favorite before the departure of head coach Greg Schiano to the NFL. Now with no head coach and a new scheme that may not fit Fuller, everyone had a chance to pull ahead in the last few days.
Arizona received his fifth and final official visit earlier in the week, one that was described as "great" and "much better than he had expected" by those close to the top-50 recruit. Many feel Rich Rodriguez and the coaching staff are a perfect fit for Devin, especially with their history of developing players such as Pat White and Denard Robinson. Both of those two were elite athletes at the high school level, wanted to play quarterback at the next level, and turned into stars under Rodriguez.
Here's the scary part: Fuller is probably a better passer at this stage of his career than White or Robinson were.
You will be able to watch his final decision live on this stream right around 5:00 p.m. ET. That's 3:00 p.m. in Tucson and the surrounding areas. We will have complete coverage whether or not Fuller becomes a Wildcat this afternoon.