Finished career ranked eighth on the Dartmouth career charts with 12.5 sacks.
All-Ivy League First Team on the defensive line ... second on the team in a number of categories, including tackles for a loss (9.0), sacks (4.5), fumbles recovered (2) and fumbles forced (2) ... started all 10 games on the defensive line for a third straight year ... began the season with six tackles, 1.5 going for a loss with an assisted sack, plus forced a fourth-quarter fumble in the 31-10 victory at Georgetown ... pounced on a fumble in the end zone to begin the scoring in a 49-7 romp over Sacred Heart ... also had six stops with a six-yard sack against the Pioneers ... twice dropped a Yale running back for a loss totaling seven yards, the first of which came on third down to force a punt during the 35-3 homecoming win ... two of his five tackles in the 13-9 defensive struggle over Columbia were sacks for a total loss of 16 yards ... helped out on the first of five consecutive tackles at the one-yard line during which the Big Green kept Harvard out of the end zone in the fourth quarter ... saved his best for last in the title-clinching 17-10 win versus Princeton, collecting a season-high eight stops, 2.5 going for a loss with one seven-yard sack, forced and recovered a fumble on the game’s opening drive and batted down a third-down pass to force a punt ... earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week honors for his effort ... preseason honors: College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League First Team.
All-Ivy League Second Team on the defensive line for a second straight year ... second on the team in both tackles for a loss (5.5) and sacks (2.5) ... second among the Big Green linemen with 41 tackles ... started all 10 games at defensive end and recorded at least two tackles in each one ... recorded five stops, one for a two-yard loss on a 3rd-and-1, in the season-opening 35-25 win over Central Connecticut ... had another tackle for a two-yard loss the next week among his three tackles at fourth-ranked New Hampshire ... lead tackler on an 11-yard sack at Penn in 31-13 victory ... had a key sack of the Holy Cross quarterback during the Crusaders’ final drive to help preserve the 24-21 triumph ... also batted down a pass at the line in that game ... led Dartmouth with 11 tackles in the showdown with Harvard ... registered an eight-yard sack in the 42-7 win at Cornell ... dropped a Brown runner for a three-yard loss and broke up a third-down pass in the same sequence to force a Bear punt early in the fourth quarter of a 44-21 victory ... finished the year with five more tackles and a PBU to help trounce Princeton, 41-10 ... preseason honors: USA College Football FCS Preseason All-America Third Team defensive lineman.
All-Ivy League Second Team on the defensive line ... started all 10 games at defensive end and recorded at least three tackles in each one ... second among the conference linemen with 55 tackles ... led the Big Green with 3.5 sacks and ranked second in tackles for a loss (5.5) as well ... first stop of the year was an eight-yard sack of the Butler quarterback ... added five more tackles and even returned a short kickoff in the 30-23 win over the Bulldogs ... brought down eight Crusaders, including a 16-yard sack in the third quarter of the 31-28 loss to Holy Cross ... all five of his tackles against Yale brought Bulldog star running back Tyler Varga to the ground ... provided one of the tackles that kept Bucknell out of the end zone after 1st-and-goal at the two ... forced a fumble while sacking the Columbia QB in the 56-0 blanking of the Lions ... posted a career-high nine stops at Harvard, including a tackle on 4th-and-2 that gave the ball back to Dartmouth ... dropped Cornell signal-caller Jeff Mathews for a four-yard sack on third down early in the 34-6 win over the Big Red ... at Brown, stopped the league’s leading rusher four times, including once on 3rd-and-goal at the five for a mere one-yard gain ... came up big in the win over 19th-ranked Princeton, twice stopping a runner a yard shy of the marker on third down and forcing a key fumble near midfield in the third quarter with the Big Green holding on to a 28-21 lead.
Earned the Big Green’s Scout Team Award on defense ... made an immediate impact on the defense in the regular rotation on the defensive line as a rookie ... recorded at least one tackle in nine of the 10 games ... first career stop came in the second quarter of the season-opening, 35-7 win over Butler ... dropped the Holy Cross quarterback for a two-yard sack in just his second game ... helped out on a season-high four tackles versus Penn ... matched that total the following week (three solo) in the Big Green’s first win at Yale in 11 years ... assisted on a tackle for a loss against Sacred Heart ... once again contributed four tackles, this time versus Harvard, plus batted down a pass at the line ... provided half-sacks of both the Crimson and Cornell QBs.
Washingtonpreps.rivals.com all-state as a senior ... Metro League Defensive Line MVP and team MVP ... 115 tackles last fall ... 6.5 sacks ... 8 tackles for loss ... 500-pound squat ... regional champion in wrestling and fifth in the state as a senior ... played lacrosse for 2010 state champion ... captained football and wrestling teams as a senior.
Majoring in history ... full name is Frank Cody Fulleton ... born on Dec. 31, 1993 ... son of Frank and Fride Fulleton has one brother ... took four years of Japanese and would like to do foreign study in Japan ... enjoys snowmobiling, snowboarding and fishing.
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