What is Will Fuller V writing in his notepad?

Every player has a different method of learning their craft.
For rookie Will Fuller V, he relies heavily on his notepad and pen.

"He's a very astute player," offensive coordinator George Godsey said. "He's on top of his mistakes and he writes his notes down and he looks to correct those the next day."
In the team auditorium after a game, Brock Osweiler pointed to the front of the room and showed where Fuller took his seat every day. He also mentioned the notepad.  
"From day one, Will comes in here and sits in here," Osweiler said. "He always has he notepad out. He's always taking notes, he wants to get better. He works hard at practice."

Fresh out of college, Fuller is keen on writing everything down. When asked if meetings are like class, he shakes his head. Football has always been different for the 22-year-old.

"I write down everything I can," Fuller said. "I think if you write it down, you remember it better so every little tip I get, I write it down."
This week, Fuller has been taking notes on his first AFC South opponent, the Tennessee Titans. They have been taking notes on the Texans deep-threat wideout as well as they prepare to face him for a first time.

"I've been really impressed with Will Fuller for being a young rookie and putting a lot of pressure on him being picked where he was picked," Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said. " He's proven that he can be a game wrecker with that speed. Just a nice complement to (DeAndre) Hopkins. I think you've got a really good thing going there with some young guys."
In three starts, Fuller has a team-high 242 yards receiving on 12 catches with one touchdown. He became the first rookie in Texans history to open a season with two 100-yard receiving games.

Every player has a different method of learning their craft.
 
For rookie Will Fuller V, he relies heavily on his notepad and pen.

"He's a very astute player," offensive coordinator George Godsey said. "He's on top of his mistakes and he writes his notes down and he looks to correct those the next day."
 
In the team auditorium after a game, Brock Osweiler pointed to the front of the room and showed where Fuller took his seat every day. He also mentioned the notepad.  
 
"From day one, Will comes in here and sits in here," Osweiler said. "He always has he notepad out. He's always taking notes, he wants to get better. He works hard at practice."
 
Fresh out of college, Fuller is keen on writing everything down. When asked if meetings are like class, he doesn't hesitate to answer. Football has always been different for the 22-year-old.

"I write down everything I can," Fuller said. "I think if you write it down, you remember it better so every little tip I get, I write it down."



This week, Fuller has been taking notes on his first AFC South opponent, the Tennessee Titans. They have been taking notes on the Texans deep-threat wideout as well as they prepare to face him for a first time.

"I've been really impressed with Will Fuller for being a young rookie and putting a lot of pressure on him being picked where he was picked," Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said Wednesday. " He's proven that he can be a game wrecker with that speed. Just a nice complement to (DeAndre) Hopkins. I think you've got a really good thing going there with some young guys."
 
In three starts, Fuller has a team-high 242 yards receiving on 12 catches with one touchdown. He became the first rookie in Texans history to open a season with two 100-yard receiving games.

Check out the best photos from Wednesday's practice presented by Houston Methodist.

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