WSU CAREER JUNIOR (2012):Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...started first two games at left tackle...started final 10 games at left guard...named Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games at left guard...named All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention.
FRESHMAN (2010): Earned a varsity letter after playing in all 12 games, starting the final six games......earned All-Pacific-10 fourth-team honors by Phil Steele...named to Rivals.com Pacific-10 All-Freshman team...earned first career start at right tackle against Arizona...started remaining five games of the season at left tackle...one of nine true freshman nationally to start a game at left tackle in 2010.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Four-year letterwinner played tight end, offensive line and defensive line for head coach Phil Pugh...also lettered four times in basketball and three times in track and field...team captain for football and two-time team captain in basketball...FRESHMAN year named second-team All-Nisqually Olympic League at tight end...led Bulldogs to a 7-3 mark...basketball team's most valuable player...qualified to state in the javelin...SOPHOMORE year named first-team all-league at both tight end and defensive line...named team's most valuable player...honorable mention all-league on the hardwood...finished eighth at state in javelin...JUNIOR year named first-team All-Nisqually Olympic League at both tight end and defensive end...also named Kitsap Sun All-West (Puget) Sound First Team...caught 21 passes for 313 yards and three touchdowns offensively...defensively, recorded 52 tackles, four sacks and a blocked field goal...team's most valuable player on the hard wood was also named second-team all-league...squad finished fifth in state...qualified for state in both the shot put and discus...SENIOR year named first-team all-state (2A) on both the offensive and defensive lines by the Associated Press...EvergreenStatePreps.com All-State (3A-and-under)...voted league's defensive most valuable player...defensively, registered 58 tackles (45 solo), one sack, one fumble recovery, a blocked punt and two blocked field goals...three-star prospect according to Scout.com was rated No. 16 in the state of Washington and No. 54 at his position nationally...three-star prospect according to Rivals.com was rated No. 16 overall in the state of Washington and No. 70 at his position nationally...Tacoma News-Tribune Northwest Nugget honorable mention... Seattle Times Red Chip prospect.
PERSONAL John Roland Fullington...born in Bremerton, Wash...parents Mark and Penny...one older brother, Joshua...has had several family members attend WSU...father played football at Weber State, as did his uncle, John Fullington...plans to pursue a degree in education at WSU.