Reggie Bullock impressive in holiday tournaments

  • 12/28/2007 12:57 am in

Reggie BullockReggie Bullock, who received an Indiana offer back in September, has been nothing short of outstanding the past two weeks for his Kinston (NC) team. Last week, Kinston participated in the City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers, Florida and they’re playing in the Glaxo Smith Kline Holiday Invitational in Raleigh, North Carolina this week.

Bullock has moved to a five-star prospect on Scout.com for the class of 2010 and is getting rave reviews. Here’s what a couple of scouts are saying about Bullock and his play over the past two weeks:

Van Coleman, CSTV:

Reggie Bullock 6-foot-6 WF (2010) Kinston (N.C.) – This skilled wing talent can really handle the rock, pop jumper off the dribble or finish at the rim. As he matures, look for his stock to rise. High majors should be monitoring his development.

Justin Young, Rivals.com:

Bullock can shoot or get to the foul line or knock down a midrange jumper. Offensively, he’s content with being a set up guy as well as being the primary ball-handler for his team. He’s putting the pieces together and developing into a terrific young ball player. Bullock said Ohio State, Wake Forest, Indiana and North Carolina are strong with him early on the process.

It’s still very early in the recruitment process for Bullock, but there are a couple of encouraging things to remember: 1. Indiana was the first school to offer a scholarship and 2. He’s mentioning the Hoosiers prominently when asked for his list of schools. He’s definitely one to keep an eye on in the 2010 class. I hope to have an update on another Indiana target in the 2010 class, Dominique Ferguson of Lawrence North, in the next couple of days.

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  • ray

    thanks big a

    keep us posted on any news on the following:

    if iu can bring in some of these 5-star recruits we could be seeing a number of banners added to the rafters in the hall

    2009 (i think iu can grab 3 or 4 from this list
    assuming early departures from gordon and ebanks)

    dashonte riley c
    lance stephenson f
    leslie mcdonald g
    nolan dennis g
    john wall g
    dexter strikland g

    2010 (assuming iu grabs a couple of these “potential early departures” from the ’09 class, they’ll be able to reload with these 5-star talents)

    reggie bullock g
    deshaun thomas f
    dominique ferguson f

    elston is committed in 09, so i think iu has only three spots. as for the 2010 class, does mccallum need a scholarship since his dad is assistant coach? i’m assuming his tuition is already covered anyway…?

  • ray

    thanks big a

    keep us posted on any news on the following:

    if iu can bring in some of these 5-star recruits we could be seeing a number of banners added to the rafters in the hall

    2009 (i think iu can grab 3 or 4 from this list
    assuming early departures from gordon and ebanks)

    dashonte riley c
    lance stephenson f
    leslie mcdonald g
    nolan dennis g
    john wall g
    dexter strikland g

    2010 (assuming iu grabs a couple of these “potential early departures” from the ’09 class, they’ll be able to reload with these 5-star talents)

    reggie bullock g
    deshaun thomas f
    dominique ferguson f

    elston is committed in 09, so i think iu has only three spots. as for the 2010 class, does mccallum need a scholarship since his dad is assistant coach? i’m assuming his tuition is already covered anyway…?

  • TB

    Why would any recruit want to go to Indiana or any Big Ten score? Bullock should chose an ACC, SEC or Pac-10 school, where guards can display there skills and not get stuck playing in half-court sets and grinding out 9-12 points a night.

  • TB

    Why would any recruit want to go to Indiana or any Big Ten score? Bullock should chose an ACC, SEC or Pac-10 school, where guards can display there skills and not get stuck playing in half-court sets and grinding out 9-12 points a night.

  • TB,

    IU is averaging 82.1 ppg and they’ve got four players averaging double figures in scoring. I wouldn’t consider that grinding it out.

  • TB,

    IU is averaging 82.1 ppg and they’ve got four players averaging double figures in scoring. I wouldn’t consider that grinding it out.

  • John

    Bullock would be crazy to not stay instate and attend either UNC or Wake Forest.

  • John

    Bullock would be crazy to not stay instate and attend either UNC or Wake Forest.

  • UNC_Blue

    Doesn’t matter IU fans, he is UNC bound.

    Dang, I guess ole Roy IS that good. 😛

  • UNC_Blue

    Doesn’t matter IU fans, he is UNC bound.

    Dang, I guess ole Roy IS that good. 😛