Included in that group is Clemson defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks, who recruits that portion of the state for the Tigers.
Brooks and Bullard keep in constant contact.
"We talk probably once every two weeks," Bullard told CUTigers.com.
The Scout.com three-star defensive end continues to keep Clemson in mind.
"I'm still open, so I really don't know what I want right now," he said. "Everybody is still in it."
South Carolina, Florida, Wake Forest, Alabama and Tennessee have also stopped by Crest. Florida and South Carolina, Bullard said, are recruiting him the hardest.
"I'm just trying to take it all in, see what I want and see where I want to play. It's still up in the air. I'm just trying to see what's best for me," he said.
This summer, Bullard plans to visit Alabama and Miami. He's never visited either school. His last trip to Clemson was in February for the basketball game against North Carolina.
"It wasn't a recruiting day. Coach [Dabo] asked me to come, me and a few others. I think it was five us. We just went to the basketball game," Bullard said. "I've been down there about three times, so I've seen mostly everything. It was just more of a day to hang out with coach Swinney."
The nation's No. 29 ranked defensive end has plenty of good things to say about Clemson.
"Just the atmosphere, it's crazy—the fans behind the team. The hill, I love the hill. It's just a good place," he said.
Bullard said a decision could be made before his senior season begins. If a commitment is not made before, then he'll wait until after his senior campaign.
As a junior, he had 107 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 16 sacks.
ON LOCATION: Jonathan Bullard
CUTigers.com Top Stories
Pagano to TransferAfter helping Clemson win a National Championship and earning his degree, Scott Pagano has decided it is time for him to move on.
CUTigers.comFriday at 11:58 AM
RECRUITING RADARIn our weekly Recruiting Radar, CUTigers Recruiting Analyst Gary McDaniel updates you on the latest news and intel on the Clemson recruiting front!
CUTigers.comWednesday at 8:40 AM
TIGERS TAKE A W FROM WAKEAfter back-to-back heartbreaking losses to Syracuse and Duke, the Tigers built a 21-point lead on Wake Forest and won by 12 to complete the season sweep of the Deacs and keep their…
CUTigers.comTuesday at 8:09 PM
DEJA BLUEFor the second straight game, Clemson had the lead or a chance to win on the final possession of the game and came up just short. This time, it was against #18 Duke in the most…