- Good size for his position
- Great 3-point shooter
- Stat sheet stuffer
- Good rebounder
- Underrated defender
- Has to get bigger and stronger
Bullock has been projected as a late first-round pick by some analysts. Others predict he'll go in the second round. One thing is certain, though: NBA teams are always looking for shooters, and Bullock is a big-time shooter. That skill alone should translate to a solid pro career, but Bullock does a lot of things well. Overlooked amid his other stats is another number that NBA teams will like: his better than 2-1 assist-to-turnover ratio. And finally, he isn't afraid to take on defensive challenges.
Bullock was a second-team All-ACC pick after finishing third in the ACC in 3-point percentage, fourth in 3-pointers made, 13th in scoring and 14th in rebounding. He was also chosen All-ACC tournament first team after averaging 14.3 points and 8.3 rebounds in three games.
13.9 ppg | 6.5 rpg | 2.8 apg | 1.2 tpg | 1.2 spg | 36.6 mpg | .483 FG | .436 3PT | .767 FT
Bullock's 88 3-pointers were the third most in a season in North Carolina history but only second on the team to P.J. Hairston's 89.
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What Insiders Say
North Carolina coach Roy Williams
"He was our most consistent player this season, was productive on both ends of the floor and gave us great leadership."
What Outsiders Say
Maryland coach Mark Turgeon
"Carolina had to be good and they were really good, especially Bullock [who contributed 15 points, nine rebounds, four assists and a steal in a key road win.]"