Surprising That Reggie Bullock Was The One Player To Leave UNC Tar Heels
Next year should be a lot of fun for the North Carolina Tar Heels. ESPECIALLY if a certain someone named Andrew Wiggins hops on board. He has an upcoming visit from Roy Williams on Monday so go do your worst Roy.
It all won’t quite feel the same next year without Reggie Bullock though, who to me was the emotional anchor of last year’s team. It was also surprising that Bullock left given that his pro prospects are not nearly as high as P.J. Hairston and James Michael McAdoo. It makes sense though; Bullock has to make sure he comes out of college in a year where he has a reasonable chance to get draft and next year’s class is just packed.
No complaints here though, because they will still have a fantastic team next year. I will just miss the Bulldog and his defensive intensity. His jumper is smooth too and will help him land in the league.
If you told me that 1 of 3 TarHeels would leave, Reggie Bullock is the last of the 3 I would have guessed. So be it, bring on Andrew Wiggins
— isaac schade (@isaacschade) April 17, 2013
It surprised me too, and best of luck to Bullock in landing a spot on a pro roster. I will watch the entire second round of the draft waiting to see where he lands.
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