BU has program-high quartet of student-athletes earn place in the Hampshire Honor Society.
Bears have school-record 13 first-team honorees.
Bears have six representatives on first team, seven on second team.
Junior WR has 18 catches for 261 yards in eight games this year.
Baylor returns 15 starters and 47 letterman from last season's Holiday Bowl champion team.
No. 5 Football vs. No. 9 Kansas State; photos by Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Baylor takes on West Virginia
No. 9 Baylor vs. TCU - UTSI
Fourth-year senior, fast, dependable receiver... Former walk-on, will be 27-year-old during 2014 season... Veteran receiver and returner, 38 career games played (second-most on team) entering 2014... Timed at 4.34 in 40-yard dash, broad jump measured at 10 feet, 8.5 inches, vertical jump at 39.0... Former six-year minor league outfielder (Angels) enrolled at Baylor in August 2011 as true freshman walk-on (originally signed NLI to play baseball with Baylor in November 2005)... Two-time Academic All-Big 12 honoree and six-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member... Two brothers and father played football at Texas Tech.
2013 (Junior): Played all 13 games, started three, as junior receiver and returner in 2013... Totaled 32 receptions for 512 yards (16.0 average) and three touchdowns on season... Also returned 12 kickoffs for 201 yards and totaled seven tackles... Candidate for 2013 Burlsworth Trophy awarded the nation's most outstanding former walk-on... 2013 first-team Academic All-Big 12... Selected to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2013 and spring 2014... Made two receptions for 61 yards in season-opening win over Wofford... Scored career-first TD on 23-yard reception in win over ULM in third game... Had four catches for 55 yards and 11-yard kick return in win over West Virginia in fourth game... Made career-first start in win over Iowa State in sixth game, had two catches for 32 yards... Led team with career-high six receptions for 44 yards in win at Kansas in seventh game... Three receptions for 46 yards in win over No. 12 Oklahoma in eighth game... Had 109 all-purpose yards, including career highs of 91 yards on three kick returns (career-long 43-yarder), in win vs. Texas Tech in ninth game... Made career-long 53-yard reception, finished with 90 yards on three catches and 29 yards on two returns, at No. 11 Oklahoma State in 10th game... Had career-high 65 yards, and highlight-reel quality diving TD, on four catches in win at TCU in 11th game... Had two receptions and one return in historic win over No. 23 Texas that clinched Big 12 championship and school's first BCS Bowl berth in 12th game... Made three catches for 52 yards and TD in Fiesta Bowl vs. No. 15 UCF... Awarded scholarship prior to 2013 season.
2012 (Sophomore): Played 12 of 13 games as walk-on sophomore, missed one game due to injury... Reserve receiver and regular on special teams... Totaled three receptions for 39 yards from scrimmage and added six solo tackles on special teams... Earned first-team 2012 Academic All-Big 12 honors and named to fall 2012 and spring 2013 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Played from scrimmage in 11 of 12 games played... Did not play in season-opening win over SMU while recovering from injury... Made career-high two receptions for 29 yards and added one tackle vs. TCU in fifth game... Had 10-yard reception and one tackle at No. 14 Oklahoma in ninth game... Made single tackles on special teams at No. 9 West Virginia (fourth game), at Iowa State (seventh game) and in upset of No. 1 Kansas State (10th game)... Had one special teams tackle and kick return for zero yards in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA.
2011 (True Freshman): Played in all 13 games, predominantly on special teams... Earned first career letter... Saw only snaps from scrimmage in third-game win over Rice... Tallied seven tackles on special teams with fumble recovery... Caught one pass for four yards... Named to Dean's List in fall 2011 and Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2011 and spring 2012... Recorded one tackle in collegiate debut in game one win vs. No. 14 TCU... Had one tackle and added one reception (4 yards) in game three win vs. Rice... Recovered fumble in final seconds to clinch Baylor's 45-38 upset win over No. 5 Oklahoma.
Professional baseball (2006-2011): Former minor league outfielder retired after six-year career in Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organization... Enrolled at Baylor in August 2011 as freshman walk-on... Originally signed NLI to play baseball with Baylor in November 2005... Drafted in third round of 2006 MLB First-Year Draft by Angels and later forwent enrolling at Baylor... Advanced as high as Double-A in Angels organization (Arkansas Travelers)... Hit .260 with nine homers, 36 RBI and career bests for hits (114), doubles (19), triples (13) and stolen bases (36) in 2008 with Class A Cedar Rapids... Hit career-high .331 in 44 games with High-A Rancho Cucamonga before being promoted to Double-A Arkansas in 2010... Was hitting .249 with eight homers, 34 RBI and 10 stolen bases before leaving Arkansas at end of July 2011... Homered in last professional at-bat.
High School: High school teammate of former Baylor All-Americans Kendal Volz (pitcher) and Joe Pawelek (linebacker) at Smithson Valley High School in Spring Branch, Texas... Was starting receiver on SVHS's district champion football team... Earned first-team All-Greater San Antonio baseball honors in 2005 by San Antonio Express-News... Also garnered first-team all-district and all-county baseball honors... Named Academic all-district.
Personal: Son of Kenny and Cindy Fuller...Full name is Clayton W. Fuller... Born June 17, 1987, in Bulverde, Texas... Majoring in real estate... Father, Kenny, played football at Texas Tech in 1970s... Brother, Lance, was safety at Texas Tech... Oldest brother, Cody, was receiver and All-Big 12 outfielder with Red Raiders.