Indoors: Ran at three track meets for the Gamecocks… Finished in 20th at the USC Indoor Open in the 60m… Took 21st in the 200m at the USC Indoor Open.
Indoors: Ran both the 60m and the 200m as a true freshman… qualified for the 60m final at the Clemson Opener, where he ran a season-best 6.81 and placed fourth… also made the final at the Gamecock Inaugural, finishing sixth… came in 29th at the SEC Championships in the 60m… posted his best 200m time at the USC Indoor Open, running 21.44 for a 10th-place result… finished 30th in the 200m at the SEC Championships.
Outdoors: Competed individually in the 100m and 200m, taking part in five meets… had his best 100m run at the Gamecock Invitational, a time of 10.55… ran 21.58, a season-best in the 200m, to place fifth at the Buccaneer Invitational… was on the roster for the SEC Championships, where he came in 22nd in the 100m and 39th in the 200m… was a key cog on the 4x100m relay including a victory at the USC Outdoor Open… part of a fifth-place finish in the 4x200m at the Penn Relays.
Graduated from Lower Richland High School in Columbia, where he was coached by Matthew Hawkins and Michael Steward… Was a four-time South Carolina state champion, earning two titles in the 100m, one in the 200m and one in the 4x100m relay… Earned three All-America honors at New Balance Nationals… Was named to the Honor Roll.
Son of Ronald Sr. and Amanda Fuller… Followed in the footsteps of his father, who was also a track & field student-athlete… Has one brother, Jalen… Majoring in political science at South Carolina…. Chose Carolina while on his official visit because he felt like he was home and that the team is a family… Picked the Gamecocks over Clemson, Missouri and Lipscomb.