"Things have gone good," said Bull of All-Star practices. "We are more of a spread team at Southaven, so it's been a little different.
"We don't really get down."
Bull appears to be handling the adjustment pretty well and has proven to be a very capable receiver out in the pass pattern for the Mississippi quarterbacks.
Unlike many of his All-Star peers, Hunter is not headed to the major college level immediately.
The north Mississippi standout will take the junior college route first.
"I don't know where I am going to go. I have offers from Northeast (Mississippi) and Coahoma (Community College)," said Bull. "East (Mississippi) and Itawamba have talked to me.
"I just want to play tight end. I just want to find the right school."