Bullard said of his decision, "It was between Michigan, Tennessee, and Notre Dame."
"I've been thinking about it from some time. I've have had a chance to see all the schools that I can see myself at for the most part. I have prayed about it, and I knew where I wanted to go. I feel like if I know what I want I shouldn't keep a burden on my shoulders."
He added, "Another reason is because I really want to focus on my team and help them win the state championship. I feel it will help me focus 100-percent on Brentwood Academy's football team and enjoy my senior year."
As far as how solid Bullard is on his decision he said, "The way I was raised I'm a man of my word. I was raised to keep my word."
He explained of Tennessee, "Of course it's an in-state program, and a lot of my friends go there. Coach Fulmer is a great guy, and I have a lot of respect for him and a lot of respect for his program."
Another school in Bullard's top three was Michigan. Bullard commented, "When I went up there I got to meet Coach Rodriguez, and he is a really cool guy. The University of Michigan has great academics, and they play in the biggest stadium in college football. They have great academic support, and Coach Rodriguez is a really good guy."
The final school in his top three was Notre Dame. He said of the Irish, "Notre Dame is a really unique school. Coach Weis is a really good guy. I have a good relationship with him. Coach Latina, the offensive line coach, Coach Haywood showed me a good time when I was up there. I really learned a lot about the school. They have a small population of students which makes it easier to learn. It's a great education with a great alumni base. If you get an education from there that's really accomplishing something. That's what I like about Notre Dame."
Bullard explained what he enjoyed of the recruiting process, "I guess in general I enjoyed getting to travel to different colleges. I got a chance to meet a lot of people I've wanted to meet like Coach Fulmer, Coach Rodriguez, Coach Weis, and Coach Saban. They are all good guys, and it's just an honor to say I shook their hands, and it's an honor to say they wanted me to be a part of their football teams."
When asked if there were any negative aspects he replied, "I really don't see any negative side of it. I guess one thing is I built a lot of relationships in this process. It's going to be hard to tell people that have offered me a scholarship to say no."