2008 Scouting Report: Eyes a productive and healthy return to the field after enduring a series of health setbacks...had a productive redshirt freshman season in 2006 end prematurely due to a left ankle fracture...had to undergo right knee surgery in 2007 due to an offseason injury...returned this past March at full strength and enjoyed an excellent spring...enters training camp as a favorite to earn a starting assignment at defensive end.
2007: Did not play in any games due to his recovery from offseason surgery on his right knee.
2006: Was enjoying a productive debut campaign at defensive end until suffering a season-ending left ankle injury vs. The Citadel (Sept. 23)...played in all four games to that point, starting three...had six tackles, two TFLs and one sack on the season...had a season-high four tackles and his first career sack at Cincinnati. 2005: Redshirted as a true freshman...was a scout team standout, earning Defensive Prep Player of the Year honors from the coaching staff.
High School: Four-year starter at defensive back at Henninger High...earned All-New York (second team)... two-time first team All-Central New York...three-time first team all-league...had 62 tackles, four interceptions and three sacks as a senior...averaged 21.4 yards per reception with 22 catches for 470 yards...also scored 12 touchdowns, including four by receptions, four by rushing and four by kick returns...had 17 career interceptions...National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete honoree...led Henninger to a four-year mark of 27-11 (.711) with three league championships...played under Coach David Kline...SuperPrep All-Northeast Team...rated New York's No. 21 prospect by SuperPrep...also starred in basketball and track...lettered four times in track and three times in basketball...helped team to the sectional basketball title as a junior...Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award...Cornell Award recipient for citizenship and scholastic achievement.
Personal: Douglas Martin Fulmer Jr., born 12/12/86, is the son of Douglas Fulmer Sr. and Laticsha Brooks...has four sisters and three brothers...cousin of former Pitt defensive back Billy Owens (1983-87)...administration of justice major.
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