Aaron Fuller played on a Wasp team that dominated the Old Dominion Athletic Conference during his four years at Emory & Henry. Those teams from 1994-98 went a combined 33-8 en-route to capturing four ODAC Championships.
During those four years, the Wasps never lost a home game.
Fuller led the conference in scoring during the 1994 season. During his athletic career, Fuller was the all-time leader for the Wasps with 2,594 receiving yards – and ranked second all-time in the conference.
In a rare loss during his senior year, Fuller had a breakout game when the Wasps traveled to Maryville. For the day, he totaled 13 catches for 180 yards receiving and two touchdowns – both touchdowns happening in the last 3 minutes of the games which gave the Wasps a chance to win the game. The 180 yards receiving remains one of the best single-game receiving totals in Wasps history.
Additionally, Fuller’s name is in the Wasps record book with
144 receptions – good enough for 4th all-time
24 receiving touchdowns – 3rd all-time
He was a two-time 1st team All-ODAC selection, a two-time 1st team All-State selection, and a 2nd team All-South Region selection in 1997.
Fuller currently resides in Nolensville, Tennessee. He works for UBS Private Wealth Management and is a member of the Investments and Wealth Institute.