Todd Douglas Fuller (born July 25, 1974 in Fayetteville, North Carolina) is an American professional basketball player who was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the 11th overall pick of the 1996 NBA Draft. Fuller was taken ahead of Steve Nash, Kobe Bryant, Peja Stojaković, Žydrūnas Ilgauskas and Jermaine O'Neal, all of whom became NBA All-Stars. He played in five NBA seasons from 1996-2001 for the Warriors, Utah Jazz, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat averaging 3.7 ppg.
Todd Fuller became active in the half-cent sales tax for transit, and light rail debate, in Charlotte, North Carolina and Mecklenburg County because of his extensive world travels and analytical background. He has appeared on Speak Out Charlotte television show and has been heard on The Danny Fontana Show, on 1220 AM in Charlotte. He has a website devoted to his experiences and research with rail transit.
Fuller played collegiately at North Carolina State University (NC State) and led the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in scoring during his senior year with 20.9 ppg and 9.9 rpg. He was an Academic All-American, and declined to accept a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford in order to play professional basketball. He was also inducted in to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from NC State.
On July 4, 2006, it was announced that Fuller had been signed by the South Dragons of the Australian National Basketball League to play in the team's inaugural season. At a press conference on October 23, 2006 it was announced that coach Mark Price and Fuller had both been released from the South Dragons. Fuller's sacking came after the game against the Melbourne Tigers, the defending league champions and league leaders at the time of the sacking, in which he had 22 points, 12 rebounds, and 1 block. Fuller averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds per game in his five games with the South Dragons, while shooting 63% from the floor and 70% from the free throw line.
Fuller sponsors the annual mathematics competition for Raleigh, North Carolina area high school students through North Carolina State University called the "Todd Fuller Mathematics Competition." He has a scholarship fund set up through the North Carolina State University Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PAMS) college.
Fuller is also known for his strong Christian beliefs including abstinence from sex before marriage.
Fuller was married to Elizabeth C. Shaw on July 30, 2005.