Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller, who missed all but three games during his junior season with a knee injury, will enter the 2016 NFL Draft, according to reports from Blacksburg, Va.
Fuller, who is from Baltimore and went to Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, has signed with an agent and is working out in Florida, according to roanoke.com.
The fourth of four brothers to play for Virginia Tech, Fuller started 28 of 29 games for the Hokies and has eight career interceptions, including six his freshman year.
His three brothers all played in the NFL, with two still on teams, Corey (receiver for the Lions) and Kyle (cornerback for the Bears). Oldest brother Vincent played in the NFL from 2005-2011 (safety for the Titans, Lions and Patriots).
Kendall, 6-foot and 197 pounds, was first team All-ACC in 2014.
The family held the first Fuller Family FootballCamp at Woodlawn High School this past July.