Tuesday, July 28, 2009

The New AD At United Faith: Todd Fuller


We are very excited to inform you that former NC State All-American Todd Fuller is the new Athletic Director at United Faith Christian Academy in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is a great opportunity for Todd and the Wolfpack Nation should be excited for him. United Faith took the NCISSA 1-A State crown away from defending champ Word of God last season with a miracle three pointer at the buzzer. There were three Division 1 basketball players on that team. Shooting Guard Blake Smith was a Senior that just graduated and will be playing with Radford, who beat VMI to win the Big South Conference Championship and play in the NCAA tournament. United Faith will also be returning Shooting Guard Ian Miller who is a 4 star recruit that has committed to FSU and Power Forward Kadeem Green who holds numerous offers from Division 1 schools. It is excited to see Todd step into a place that has already been breeding quality talent. It is also good to know that the Athletic Director of one of the top Independent Schools in the state of North Carolina happens to be a Wolfpacker. Congratulations Todd!

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7 Responses to "The New AD At United Faith: Todd Fuller"
  1. redfred said...
    July 28, 2009 at 8:44 PM

    Hate to mention it, but do you realize that Todd Fuller is by far the most successful NBA player that NC State has produced since the downfall, or rather down grading, of the BB program back in the 1990's. He is also the definition of a student athlete and bright light that shined back when everything around him seemed so dark.

    Anytime the name Todd Fuller is mentioned, all NC State fans should feel a huge sense of pride.

  2. Anonymous said...
    July 28, 2009 at 9:37 PM

    Used to see Todd driving around Raleigh when I was at State. Had this tiny little Mazda 3 or something. Looked like he was sitting in the driver's side back seat. Super nice guy. Always friendly.

  3. Anonymous said...
    July 28, 2009 at 11:58 PM

    Todd was in one of the math classes I worked as TA. Super smart guy! He had GPA closed to 4.0 also.

  4. Anonymous said...
    July 29, 2009 at 1:37 PM

    United Faith is also the home of 2012 7 foot Center Peter Jurkin...who is a target of NC State and already has offers from USC and Clemson.

    1985 NCSU Grad

  5. Pack Leader said...
    July 29, 2009 at 1:54 PM

    Had the pleasure of meeting T Fuller several times and I have nothing but great things to say about him. Great leader in his community, true student-athlete, hard worker, and one of the most underrated state players in history. I remember TF dominating UNC and duke in Reynolds and him bringing the house down without taunting, trash talking, or cheap plays.

    Ive often wondered when he would get into coaching or teaching math. He also started a math scholarship at state for several students a year. TRUE WOLFPACKER!!

    He was Hansboro before there was a Hansboro without the crying or flopping. My favorite player in the 90's.

  6. redfred said...
    July 29, 2009 at 10:00 PM

    Uh Pack Leader, I can't really agree on the Hansbrough comparison. I mean, I know they're both good BB players, but Todd Fuller would mop the floor with Hansbrough in the classroom.

  7. Pack Leader said...
    July 29, 2009 at 10:17 PM

    Oh i agree RedFred I was just talking about playing styles. Both were hard nose, no nonsense, grinders who worked hard for every point/rebound (even though if Todd had gotten the pity calls hansblower did he would have doubled his points. Benefits of wearing cry baby blue). I would have loved to see them go at each other and let Todd prove he was miles ahead of Tyler on and off the court.

    Todd was smarter than hansblower in the 7th grade.

 

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