One of the challenges faced by Bullard is trimming the list of offers. He said, "I've been thinking about it. I'm still looking at all the schools really hard. In the next couple of weeks or so I will eventually cut it down."
Bullard spoke of some of the schools that have his attention, "Definitely Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Michigan." When asked if they were his leaders he quickly responded, "Those were the first ones that came to my head. With Michigan and Notre Dame those are just the ones I'm going to visit this week."
He said of those three schools, "I've been to Tennessee three times, I've been to Notre Dame once, and I'm going to Michigan and Notre Dame this coming week." He went on to add of those three schools, "Those are schools I know I'm going to be interested in. Then schools like Florida, Alabama, and Oklahoma I really like."
As for a trip to Tennessee to visit Bullard explained, "I don't know when it will be, but I definitely want to get back up there."
One of the two schools he plans to visit this week is Notre Dame. Bullard said of Notre Dame, "I think they are a prestigious school. They have a real strong football program." Bullard also commented on Coach Weis by saying, "Coach Weis is a really good guy."
The other school that will get a visit this week from Bullard is Michigan. He commented, "All I can say is Coach Rodriguez, I watched him a lot at West Virginia, and I'm really interested to meet him in person." He went on to say of Michigan, "They are the most winning program in history, and that's exciting."
Even though he has visits planned for only a few schools he commented on his 19 offers by saying, "They are all pretty much the same."