"The Maryland visit went well. I committed up there this weekend. I wanted to go to a winning program, and at the position I play they need a player to help."
Virginia once led, but it quickly became obvious just how important playing time is for him.
"Virginia just had so many young linebacker, and I didn't want to go somewhere like that. Playing time was very important to me. I'm done taking visits. It's a dream come true now, and it's time to get ready for the NFL."
The only visit left for Bullock is a trip the 13th of December to Rock Hill, South Carolina to begin practice for the annual Shrine Bowl pitting the best players in North Carolina against the best from South Carolina.
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