Northern Durham (NC) linebacker Chase Bullock was unable to make an unofficial visit to the Wake Forest game, however was able to catch the action on television.
He was excited about what he saw from the Virginia defense and has now scheduled an official visit for the Florida State game.
“I didn’t make it to the game,” said Bullock. “I saw it on TV, and UVA was really beating them up. I was impressed. I’m going to go to Virginia’s game versus Florida State on October 18th.”
Virginia has moved into the front for Bullock, who says the Cavaliers and Demon Deacons remain his top two schools. He indicated the visit to the Virginia/FSU game will be an unofficial trip. He has set an official visit to Wake Forest for October 31st, and wants to set up official visits to Virginia and Maryland in “either November or December.”
Maryland is moving up slightly, as the Terrapins have been heavily recruiting the North Carolina standout.
“Virginia and then Wake Forest are still my top two,” said Bullock. “Maryland is moving up a little bit, because they were one of the first schools to offer me.”
Bullock has received a ton of interest since the start of September. Virginia, Wake Forest, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Duke, and Marshall are his six scholarship offers.
Virginia is edging Wake right now, and the Cavs hope to keep the momentum rolling when Bullock takes his visit to in two and a half weeks.
On the Gridiron
To prove further that Bullock is one of the top prospects in the state of North Carolina, just look at last week’s Northern Durham versus Southeast Raleigh contest. Southeast Raleigh, who is one of the top teams in class 4A, lost on a last-second field goal to Northern Durham 24-23.
The Northern defense was led by Bullock, who was a one-man wrecking crew.
“I had 23 tackles and two sacks versus Southeast Raleigh,” said Bullock. “They are one of the top team’s in the state. Everything’s going really good for us. It was a big win.”
Bullock plays outside linebacker and tight end for Northern. He is being recruited as an outside linebacker in college.
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