Bootleg Video: Justin McCullum

Injuries have been particularly unkind to the Stanford receiving corps this year, though Justin McCullum has been a too-familiar friend of the medical and training staff throughout his five years on The Farm. Fortunately he is healthy today, when the Cardinal need the 6'4" wideout the most. The fifth-year senior talks about the role he has to step into this week against USC, and much more...

When Mark Bradford went out with an ankle sprain on the fourth play of the game for the Stanford offense last Saturday, it was McCullum who stepped up.  The fifth-year senior wideout made four big catches and helped support a stirring passing attack against UCLA.  His career has been riddled with injury setbacks, and this year has again been fraught with medical misfortune, but McCullum is healthy and ready to make a big mark in his last games in a Cardinal uniform.

Justin McCullum Scout Profile

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