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    Fuller’s commitment to Army more than just football

    By Glenn Marini,


    COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. (WANE) – One of the area’s top rising seniors made his college choice earlier this week, as Columbia City receiver Stratton Fuller verbally committed to play at Army West Point for the Black Knights – a decision that goes far beyond football.

    Student-athletes at Army are required to complete two years of military service following their playing career.

    Even with his senior season still to go, Fuller has already made his mark in the Columbia City record books. With 28 receiving touchdowns, he’s already the school’s career leader in touchdown catches.

    Last season Fuller snagged 45 receptions for 707 yards while scoring 13 total touchdowns. Heading into his senior season he’s tallied 118 receptions for 1,901 yards over his high school career. Also a defensive back, Fuller has amassed 72 tackles and 7 interceptions in high school.

    Fuller can sign a scholarship to play at Army in December.

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