NFL Draft Prospect Evaluation: Jordan Fuller, Ohio State, Senior, Safety, 6’2 , 205lbs

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Jordan Fuller, Ohio State, Senior, Safety, 6’2 , 205lbs

Jordan Fuller, Ohio State, Senior, Safety, 6’2 , 205lbs



Jordan Fuller is a brilliant young man who will excel outside of the football field. The New Jersey native was a core piece to a loaded Ohio State University secondary. Highly intelligent athlete who has all the capabilities to be an NFL starter.


 2018: CoSIDA Academic All-American, second-team all-Big Ten (media), Academic All-Big Ten Conference, OSU Scholar-Athlete

2017: Third-team all-Big Ten, Second-team CoSIDA Academic All-American, Academic All-Big Ten Conference, OSU Scholar-Athlete

2016: OSU Scholar-Athlete

New Jersey Gatorade Player of the Year


Jordan Fuller is a stellar athlete with dynamic range, especially as a single high middle of the field safety. Laterally from sideline to sideline Fuller is impressive as they come and is confident at making his reads. Ohio State’s defense caused Fuller to rotate down and cover the slot which he showed to adept at. Instinctive when the ball is around has showcased a solid football IQ, as he was required to make checks and reads at OSU. Fuller will make for a legitimate free safety in the NFL, teams like the 49er’s, and Eagles could require his services.

Areas to Improve:

Jordan Fuller is a great athlete and at times he relies on it so heavily that he loses technique. As exceptional as Fuller is he does sometimes get caught over-pursuing the football and needs to be more patient when at the ball carrier. He’s actually a good open field tackler, he just needs to improve on his ability to make tackles at the LOS and in the immediate run game.


87 out of 100

Player Comp:

Upside Malik Hooker

Analysis By: John Robinson NFL Analyst NUC Sports

John Robinson NFL Analyst NUC Sports
John Robinson IV “J-Rob” grew up in Englewood, New Jersey a small suburb across the bridge from New York City. Robinson grew up playing sports but found his passion in football and track at the age of six. In high school Robinson played Cornerback and Wide Receiver for the Dwight Morrow Maroon Raiders. After only one playoff birth Robinson accepted a full athletic scholarship to play football at then University of Connecticut. After three years at UConn, Robinson transferred to Tennessee State University and continued his education. Robinson graduated with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and wants garner a career as a sports analyst.

Robinson has high passion and understanding of football. His experience as a player and love of the game help give him legitimate analysis of players and their abilities. John Robinson IV spent time as a writer for DBLTAP Esports and a front office intern/writer for WNBL professional women’s basketball team the Canberra Capitals. Robinson can also be heard on his podcast BallTalk with JRob on Apple Podcast talking about the best topics in football and sports.

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