Todd Fuller, to the Golden State Warriors
Career Recap: Todd Fuller is yet another example of the old adage that, back in the 1990’s, NBA teams would overrate a prospect who stood seven feet tall if he could walk in a straight line while chewing gum. He played in five NBA seasons from 1996-2001 for the Warriors, Utah Jazz, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat, averaging 3.7 ppg.
This low level of production coupled with the fact Fuller was drafted ahead of future NBA All-Stars Bryant, Steve Nash, Peja Stojaković, and Jermaine O’Neal, has led many sports sources to consider Fuller one of the NBA draft lottery’s biggest “busts”.
Where Are They Now: Fuller earned his Master of Science Degree in Analytics (MSA) from North Carolina State in May of 2016. He has a scholarship fund set up through N.C. State’s Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PAMS) college.
He has also been serving on the Airport Advisory Committee for Charlotte-Douglas International Airport since 2008, during which time CLT airport was named “the World’s Best Airport” by the International Air Transport Association(IATA).