C.J. Fuller Biography
C.J. Fuller Bio
|C.J. Fuller was born on 22 November 1995, in Easley, South Carolina, United States and died on 3rd October 2018. He was an American student and football player. He played for Clemson Tigers and was affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association.|
|C.J. Fuller Born||He was born on 22 November 1995, in Easley, South Carolina|
|C.J. Fuller Death and Cause||He died on 3rd October 2018 aged 22 years. The cause of death is still to be established.|
|C.J. Fuller Education||Easley (2014)|
|C.J. Fuller Affiliation||National Collegiate Athletic Association|
|C.J. Fuller Team||
|C.J. Fuller Occupation||Football player (Running Back)|
C.J. Fuller Early Life and Education
Fuller grew up in Easley, South Carolina and graduated from Easley High School where he was a standout football player. During high school, he was ranked the No. 19 prospect in South Carolina by 247Sports.com and Rivals.com and helped his school make the state playoffs three consecutive years, a first in school history.
Fuller went on to commit to playing football at Clemson University and would major in sociology at the school. His collegiate career state includes 599 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 147 carries along with 18 receptions for 155 yards and two touchdowns in 488 snaps over 44 games.
C.J. Fuller Arrest for Robbery with Violence
In March of 2018, he was arrested, along with former Clemson teammate Jadar Johnson and another ex-teammate from high school, and charged with armed robbery and possession of a weapon, in a case that has not gone to trial.
C.J. Fuller Death and Cause
Clemson University confirmed on Wednesday, 4th October 2018 that former Tigers running back C.J. Fuller died on away 3rd October at the age of 22-years-old. The cause of death is yet to be established. Fuller died at a hospital in Greenville, South Carolina, after being taken there from a relative’s home. An autopsy will be conducted, with results expected in six to eight weeks.
We are mortal. I am devastated. Praying hard right now for CJ Fuller’s family. Great human.
— Marcus Lattimore (@MarcusLattimore) October 4, 2018
Life is short …praying for Cj fullers family …always a Clemson Tiger brother
— Quandon Christian (@OHYEAH_BIG12) October 4, 2018