Bullard has made unofficial visits to Auburn, Wake Forest, and Clemson; a school to which he has family ties.
I've been going to Clemson games. Both my parents went to Clemson for school, said Bullard. My dad was a linebacker at Clemson in their '81 national championship.
Bullard has received emails from Maryland, a program, which he admits, he knows little about. However, a former Maryland star has had some influence on Bullard's football career.
Actually, my favorite football player went to Maryland, Shawne Merriman, said Bullard. I actually wear his number.
Like Merriman, Bullard is an impact player at linebacker.
In the first two games I had over 40 tackles, said Bullard of his 2009 season. At the end of the season I had 90-something tackles.
Bullard said his greatest strength is his presence as a speed rusher, but he would like to improve in coverage.
My man coverage is probably good, but I want to work to get better at my zone coverage, he said.
Bullard's ability to improve can only be helped by his never-say-die attitude on the football field.
I don't give up too easy, he said. Some people have the mindset that if we're down two touchdowns, we're not going to come back. But I'm a person that wants to fight to the very end.
I'll be that person that'll be in your face and be like, 'We can do this!'