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Caleb Fuller has announced his commitment to NCAA Division 1 Montana State University ahead of the 2022-23 season, giving the Bobcats more British firepower.
The 6’5″ former Barking Abbey and Ipswich forward has announced his transfer from UC Davis after four seasons in California, and will join the site with the biggest British contingent in college basketball with assistant Coach Chris Haslam, plus Amin Adamu – who will graduate this off-season, Great Osobor and Jubrile Belo.
New Beginnings 💛💙#Committed pic.twitter.com/bBTvwzOWLE
— Caleb (@Calebfuller_11) May 11, 2022
A Hoopsfix All-Star Classic alumnus, Fuller last played for Barking Abbey and Kent Crusaders in the UK in the 2017-18 season and has represented Great Britain in the Under-18 and Under-20 teams.
Fuller is a former EABL Finals MVP with an 18 point, 8 rebounds and 7 assists performance in 2018.
UC Davis freshman Caleb Fuller (6’5 210, 1999) made his college debut against San Francisco. Very intriguing prospect to keep track of. Averaged 9 points & 2 rebounds in 2018 u20s, a year younger than the competition. pic.twitter.com/lYGVoBjmBg
— Kostas Psimoulis (@kpscouting) November 9, 2018
The Bobcats booked their spot in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1996 last season after locking up both the Big Sky Conference Tournament and regular season titles, behind Big Sky MVP and DPOY, Jubrile Belo.