#35 Reggie Bullock | G - F

Hometown: Kinston, NC  

Height: 6'7"

Weight: 205

Position: SmallForward

Team: UNC

Class: Junior

Right-handed… Bullock is a long, athletic wing who served as the 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year in North Carolina. His offensive game is what really separates him. He has great size for a 2-guard as well as excellent ball-handling attributes. He seems comfortable knocking down deep perimeter jumpers or running in transition and finishing above the rim. He is a deadly open 3-point shooter and can take over the game offensively with his ability to score from any where on the court. But just when the defense starts to key in on Bullock as a perimeter scorer, he puts the ball on the floor, attacking the rim and finishing with contact. As a right-hand dominant player, he likes to go to his left and pull-up after one or two dribbles for a jump shot or get to the rim in that span… His size and length allows him to post up on smaller defenders. He has an effective and sealing drop-step that he loves to go to down low… Because his scoring is such a large part of his game, his ball-handling is a bit underrated. He can create off the dribble, breaking a press and leading the transition opportunity the other way or weave his way through the defense and into the paint. He possesses high-quality court vision that allows him to read the defense and make a smart, effective decision. He does a nice job drawing a second defender and dumping the ball off to an open teammate… His advanced ball moves are steadily improving- he uses his body well to protect the ball and will go to a low crossover or spin move to shield the ball and break the defensive pressure… Bullock is capable of being a top-notch defender. He uses his length well to keep his man in front of him. He hits the glass on a consistent basis…

There's not much to dislike about one of top wings in college basketball. Bullock has the range on his jump shot that extends a few feet behind the 3-point line, but he needs to improve his consistency. While he is an excellent perimeter scorer, especially from the mid-range, he does fall in love with his jump shot at times, even when he is struggling… He can improve on his free-throw shooting, especially down the stretch… He needs to add strength to his frame. With this added muscle, Bullock could be a one-and-done wing….
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