Maryland lands HBCU All-American transfer, flipping commitment from Cincinnati
Corey Bullock was headed to Cincinnati but has decided to instead play in the Big Ten.
Bullock, out of North Carolina Central, announced his commitment to play for Mike Locksley’s program Sunday. He had commitment to the Cincinnati Bearcats on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
Coming home ❤️🐢 pic.twitter.com/Hg00n9rv6f
— Corey Bullock (@RunItUpCorey) January 15, 2023
Bullock, an Accokeek, Maryland native, heads to the FBS as a 2-time All-MEAC lineman. He was also named an HBCU All-American for 2022.
Big transfer addition on the O-line for the Terps. From NC Central.
Cincinnati initially announced the addition of the Accokeek, Md., native on Jan. 10, but he reverses course and commits to the Terps. HBCU All-American. https://t.co/yvPaBLpk6t
— Ben Dickson (@bendickson__) January 15, 2023
In October, NCAA.com’s Stan Becton named Bullock one of the top players in the FCS ranks:
Corey Bullock is the premier offensive lineman on the best offensive line in HBCU football through the season’s first half. Bullock plays his best at guard, but continues to show the versatility to play all over the North Carolina Central front. He’s earned two MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors already this season.
Bullock’s career began in 2019. He did not have a sophomore season until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the 2020 season.