The Round Rock High TE earned 2nd-team all-district as a sophomore and then 1st-team all-district as a junior despite being used primarily as a blocker.
"We run the toss/sweep 25-30 times a game and I block down on the DE," Ullman told IT. "Off of that, we set up the pass. So, I didn't get the ball that often."
His stats: 12 catches, 230 yards, 19 yards-per-catch average (not too shabby) and one TD.
His strength numbers: 10 bench reps, 245-pound bench, 350-pound squat, and 245-pound power clean.
And the kid has good hands (voted Team MVP as a receiver by his peers).
Ullman plans to work hard in the offseason to lower his forty time, he thinks he can get it down to mid-4.6 range. And he plays a little hoops for the basketball team to stay in shape and work on his agility (won the 3-cone drill event for his TE group with a 7.36).
"This year, I'm hoping we can open it up a little more," one of Dave Campbell's top-200 underclassmen said. "My hands and my ability to run good routes are my strengths. But I need to work a little on my quickness."
As for who he likes?
"I'm getting a lot of letters from a whole bunch of schools," Ullman said. "But I'm getting a little more from Alabama, A&M, Boston College and Colorado. Most of it (mail) is coming from Oregon, Penn State, LSU, K-State, Iowa, Florida and FSU. And I would say Penn State, K-State, Iowa and LSU are the four schools that seem to be the most interested at this point. I'm keeping my options open, but I kind of like Oregon, K-State, LSU and Penn State. I like 'em all or anyone who likes me."
Ullman plans on attending some summer team camps and would like to make a splash at the Texas Nike Camp at College Station.