A veteran wide receiver who should play a key role in the Aggies passing game…Has been consistent for the Aggies over his first two seasons…Makes himself a favorite target of Aggie quarterbacks with the ability to get open underneath the coverage…Was nominated by head coach for A&T Male Rookie of the Year honors at the 2013 All-Sports Banquet…Has played in 22 games with 11 starts over his career…Has 44 receptions for 454 yards and two touchdowns…Has caught at least one pass in 19 of the 22 games he has played as an Aggie…Entered the 2014 August camp as the one of the Aggies top weapons.
2013 Season: Played in 11 games with seven starts…Recorded 215 yards receiving and a touchdown on 24 receptions…Ranked second on the team in receptions, receiving yards and yards per game (19.5)…Scored his only receiving touchdown of the season when Lewis Kindle connected with Bullock on a 12-yard out pattern against Virginia University of Lynchburg on Nov. 2 during Homecoming…Also had a career-high in catches (5) and receiving yards (59) in the 59-12 A&T win…Made at least four receptions three straight weeks during the season as he caught four passes apiece against S.C. State on Oct. 5 in Atlanta, at Hampton on Oct. 12 and at home against Delaware State on Oct. 19 for a combined 107 yards receiving over the three-week span.
2012 Season: Played in 11 games with four starts…Had 239 yards receiving and one touchdown on 20 receptions…Caught a pass in 10 straight games with the only game where he didn’t make a reception coming against Coastal Carolina on Sept. 1…Ranked third on the team in receptions, receiving yards and receiving yards per game (21.7)…Scored his first career touchdown on Sept. 15 when he caught an 18-yard reception from Lewis Kindle to give the Aggies an early 7-0 lead over Virginia University of Lynchburg…Made three receptions for 42 yards in the Aggies heartbreaking 21-18 loss to Morgan State in nationally televised ESNPU contest on Sept. 27…Caught four passes for 43 yards…His 21-yard reception in the game set up a 22-yard field goal by Zach Cimaglia in the third quarter as the Aggies defeated the Bulldogs 17-7 on Nov. 10.
High School: As a senior, scored 11 touchdowns, including one punt return and totaled more than 1,200 receiving yards...Was named All-PAC Six conference in 2011...Won the WR MVP award and was named to the All-Camp Team in the Durham Nike Football Training Camp in 2011...As a junior in 2010, recorded 42 receptions for 809 yards and nine touchdowns...Also competed in track and field...Was clocked in at 41.55 in the 300 meter dash and 1:25.18 in the 500 meter dash in the North Carolina HS Opener on Jan. 7, 2012.
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