UNC Recruit Reggie Bullock Wins AP POY

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UNC Recruit Reggie Bullock Wins AP POY

Reggie Bullock (SF, 6′6″, 2010) capped his senior season at Kinston High School with another state title, and in the process landed the 2009-2010 AP Player of the Year award for the state. Bullock’s been a UNC commit for some time now, and had current UNC players like John Henson rooting him on as his team played the championship in Chapel Hill.

“I just stayed humble with it,” Bullock said. “I didn’t want to try to let it get too overwhelming and be like, ‘Yeah, I’m that dude.’ I tried to stay low-profile when I walked in the gym.”

Bullock is a big, smooth small forward with a lot of shooting guard skills and potential. He can shoot from deep and that opens up for opportunities to slash to the hoop. He also is effective in transition because of his poise and size, making him difficult to guard. If he could develop a mid-range floater, he’d be a deadly offensive player and definitely has a lot of potential.

This article also appears on ACCBasketballRecruiting.com

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