Saw action in 11 games and made seven starts ... One of the top combined kick returners in the nation ... Returned 12 punts for a 11.8- yard average and 17 kickoffs for a 24.2-yard mark (ranked 6th in Pac-12) ... His total of 194 return yards in the game against BYU (114 - kickoff and 80 punt) was one of the best in the conference and included a 56-yard punt return ... Had seven catches and two touchdowns for a career-best 100 yards against Cal.
Ranked second on the team with 59 catches, the 10th-highest single season total in school history ... His 93-yard scoring reception against Utah was tied for the second-longest in school history ... Caught nine balls against Memphis ... Had at least four catches in nine games ... Returned two kickoffs for 20 yards.
Ranked second on the team with 43 catches and four touchdown receptions ... Made 10 starts and appeared in 12 games ... Honorable mention all-conference ... Returned eight kickoffs for a 28.0 yard average ... Threw a touchdown pass to Brett Hundley at Utah ... Ran four times for a total of eight yards ... Had eight games with at least four catches ... Had a best of 99 receiving yards and two touchdowns against Colorado.
Saw action in nine games, with two starts ... Made 20 catches on the season for 145 yards and two scores ... Returned nine kickoffs for a 18.6 average and had a long return of 36 yards ... Returned two punts for a 3.0 yard average ... Started both Stanford games ... Made seven catches (a school true freshman record total) in the P12 Championship Game (42 yards) at Stanford ... Had three-catch games vs. Baylor (12) and USC (25) ... Scored touchdowns at Arizona State (15-yard pass from Brett Hundley) and at Washington State (10-yard pass from Brett Hundley).
Played four varsity seasons at Northern Valley Regional HS for coach Brian Dunn as a quarterback, defensive back ... Four-star ranking according to scout.com and the nation's No. 3 quarterback ... Nation's No. 3 Athlete according to rivals.com ... Four-star ranking by rivals.com ... Ranked as rivals.com's No. 37 player in the nation and the No. 2 player in the state of New Jersey ... No. 7 quarterback according to ESPN and a four-star recruit ... ESPN's No. 1-rated prospect in New Jersey and No. 39 national recruit ... Played in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl ... Tom Lemming All-American ... Maxwell Award finalist ... SuperPrep All-American and the No. 4 quarterback in the nation ... As a senior, he completed 127 of 195 passes for 2,247 yards and 20 touchdowns, nine interceptions ... Had 120 rushes for 1,326 yards and 17 touchdowns ... As a junior, he completed 95 of 143 passes for 1,886 yards and 20 touchdowns, five interceptions ... Ran for 2,306 yards and 32 touchdowns ... Finished his career with over 10,000 yards of total offense (6,148 passing, 4,589 rushing) and 118 touchdowns (58 passing, 60 rushing) ... Made 40 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back ... Also earned four letters in track (100-10.7, 200-21.6 and 400m-48.0) for coach Peter Dunn ... Earned one letter in basketball.
Full Name: Devin Lewis Fuller ... Born in Englewood, NJ... Parents: Bart and Cynthia Fuller ... Has one younger brother, Jordan, and a younger sister, Jasmine ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as throwing a touchdown pass in the state championship game with 23 seconds left ... Lists the NFL's Michael Vick as the athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include music and staying active ... Enjoys singing ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Interested in a business management major and a possible broadcasting career.