- 1974 - Selected to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas as a high school senior, later added to the Shrine Bowl Wall of Fame
- 1978 - 1st Team Academic All-American
- 1978 - ACC Player of The Year
- 1978 - Honored as only 1 of 11 scholar athletes by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame
- Selected as only 1 of 5 student athletes in the nation as an NCAA Top Five Award winner.
- At the time of his graduation, Fuller has the 2nd best pass interception avoidance percentage (3.33%) in NCAA history.
- 1994 - On September 3rd, Fuller was selected along with Frank Howard and Banks McFadden as the original members of the Clemson Ring of Honor
- Selected to the ACC's 50th Anniversary Team
- Only second Clemson athlete in history to have his number retired
With :49 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the Clemson vs. South Carolina Gamecocks game on October 19, 1977, Fuller throws a spectacular pass to Jerry Butler in the endzone to lift Clemson to a 31-27 win. The Catch is rated # 65 on the CollegeFootballNews.com's 100 Greatest Finishes.
1979 Kansas City Chiefs 1980 Kansas City Chiefs 1981 Kansas City Chiefs 1982 Kansas City Chiefs 1983 St. Louis Rams 1984 Chicago Bears 1985 Chicago Bears 1986 Chicago Bears 1988 San Diego Chargers
- Fuller made the Deans List 6 consecutive semesters at Clemson.
- From 1979 until Charlie Whitehurst was selected by the San Diego Chargers (round 3, pick 17, 81st overall) in 2006, Fuller was the only Clemson quarterback to be selected in the NFL Draft.
- Fuller was the last former Clemson quarterback to be on an NFL roster as a quarterback. The year was 1988 and ironically he was with the San Diego Chargers (same team Charlie Whitehurst was drafted by in 2006). Fuller was on the active roster but did not play in a single game that year.
- As of the end of the 2005 NFL season, Fuller is the last Clemson quarterback to throw a pass from the quarterback position in an NFL game (1986).
- As Clemson's quarterback, Fuller had a bad habit of rolling out of the pocket while looking for a receiver, with the ball held unprotected away from his body in his throwing hand - just waiting to be popped loose in a hit. Fortunately, he was quick enough that he usually got the pass away, but fans cringed when he did that...