Lehigh (Fla.) Lehigh Acres four-star strong-side defensive end Quashon Fuller was invited to the All-American Bowl on Tuesday after participating in the FBU Top Gun Camp in Rock Hill, S.C.

"It feels good," Fuller said of the invite on Tuesday. "It feels like a dream come true. Being able to compete with the top players in the nation."

Fuller, who is ranked by the 247Sports.com Composite Rankings as the No. 19 strong-side defensive end in the nation and No. 258 overall player, has been committed to FSU since February of 2017.

Despite that commitment, Fuller has shown interest in several other schools. He has taken recent visits to Florida, Georgia and Miami. His most recent visit to FSU came over a two-day period in mid-May.

Fuller shared an updated list on Tuesday of the schools he is focused upon.

"It is Florida State, Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes, Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama," Fuller said.

While he is evaluating his other options, Fuller contends he is still solidly committed to the Seminoles.

He spoke a bit about each school:

Florida State: "With Florida State it is pretty good. They contact me every day. They are just trying to build our relationship and stuff like that."

Florida: "It is just a whole bunch of guys that just want to compete for a National Championship," Fuller said. "There are some teams that don't have that sense of urgency."

Georgia: "It is the same thing [as Florida]. They were just in it. They are working on stuff like they haven't even gotten close to the National Championship and stuff. Stuff like that doesn't phase them. I like how they are going out and chasing it every day. It feels like home."

Miami: "They contact me all the time, [offensive quality control analyst] Coach [David] Cooney and stuff  like that and my dad lives down there too, so that will be a good plus too."

Alabama: "Bama being Bama. I like Bama. I feel like I am Bama. I like to win too and compete."

He intends to make his way back to Tallahassee at the end of the month. Fuller is looking to take a few more trips at the end of July.

"I'm going to Florida State on the 28th, and on the 27th I'm going to go to Miami," Fuller said on Tuesday.

The 2019 All-American Bowl will be played in San Antonio, Texas at the Alamodome on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019. It will begin at 1 p.m. ET and be broadcast on NBC.

For 19 years, the All-American Bowl has been the nation’s premier high school all-star event and football game, serving as the preeminent launching pad for America’s future college and NFL stars. Odell Beckham Jr., Andrew Luck, Eric Berry, Tim Tebow, and Sam Darnold are just some who made their national debuts as All-Americans. A total of 351 All-American alumni have been selected in NFL Drafts.

Last year’s Bowl drew an all-time record crowd of 41,017 to the Alamodome.

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