Bullock becoming a popular prospect

When you play on a team with the talent that El Camino has, you can tend to get overlooked at times. That is the situation with WR William Bullock (6-3, 200) who led the Warriors in receptions as well as yards and touchdowns, but recruiting has begun to pick up and he updated JCFootball.com on things recently...

Bullock didn't play football until his senior year of high school at Mira Costa in southern California, so it's been a growing process for the talented wideout as he learns how to play the game.

"I played in 2006, but I didn't have a lot of stats," Bullock told JCFootball.com. "Then in 2007, during spring ball I separated my shoulder, so I was out for three months and then during camp after I had gotten in a couple of practices, I tore my meniscus, so I redshirted that year.

"This year has been good for me because I feel comfortable in the system and with the speed of things and I think it's shown in how I've played."

In nine games Bullock posted 43 receptions for 800 yards and six touchdowns while helping lead El Camino to a 9-1 record and the state playoffs.

"I led our team with 18.6 yard average, so I can do anything a team needs me to do," Bullock said. "I'm still learning how to play wideout so I think I have a lot of upside because of my speed (4.5) and I just started lifting last year for the first time, so I'm getting a lot stronger too."

On the recruiting front some Pac 10 schools have begun to show some interest in the big wide receiver and he could hear more from them very soon.

"Oregon, Oregon State and Arizona have all been on my pretty strong lately," Bullock said. "I might be setting up some visits with them soon, but right now I don't have any set up.

"Actually Bowling Green was going to offer me, but their staff got fired, so I'm not sure where things are with them right now."

Bullock is on pace to graduate this coming May and he'll have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

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