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David Fulcher


David Dwayne Fulcher

Inducted 2021

Date of Birth



Los Angeles, CA


Arizona State University (1983-1985)


David Fulcher was known as “a safety in a linebacker’s body” for his combination of size and speed. He is one of only three Arizona State players to earn consensus All-America honors twice. He’s the ninth Sun Devil to be inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame. As a three-year starter, Fulcher established himself as a star early in his career, recording 53 tackles, three interceptions, six sacks and six pass deflections just four games into his collegiate career. In his second game in 1983, he posted 15 tackles and returned an interception 40 yards against UCLA. He was named Arizona State’s Most Outstanding Defensive Back in 1985. Fulcher was selected in the third round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. He spent eight seasons in the league with the Bengals (1986-1992) and the Los Angeles Raiders in 1993. He was a three-time Pro Bowl selection and led the Bengals to an appearance in Super Bowl XXIII following the 1988 season.


Height 6'3"

Weight 225

Career Highlights

  • 1985 All-Conference
  • 1985 Consensus All-America
  • 1984 All-Conference
  • 1984 Consensus All-America
  • 1984 First-Team All-America
  • 1983 All-Conference
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