The state’s returning Gatorade Player of the Year, the 5-foot-5 sophomore midfielder scored 55 goals and passed for 26 assists this past season, leading the Dragons (26-1) to the Conference 6A state championship game. A two-time Dallas Morning News Player of the Year, Fuller missed her team’s final three postseason games because she was attending a training camp with the U.S. Soccer Under-16 Women’s National Team. Ranked as the nation’s No. 7 recruit in the Class of 2024 by TopDrawerSoccer.com, she concluded her sophomore year with 81 goals and 41 assists.
Fuller has maintained an A-minus average in the classroom. She plans on graduating high school a year early and has made a verbal commitment to play soccer on scholarship at the University of North Carolina beginning in the fall of 2024.
A member of the National Junior Honor Society and the school’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter, she has presented at local elementary schools about academic excellence. She has also volunteered on behalf of G&J Ministries, which provides sanctuary for those in need, as well as with Count Your Blessings, a faith-based retail store. In addition, she’s donated her time as a member of the White Chapel Church Youth Group.