28  Reggie Bullock
Reggie Bullock

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Las Vegas, Nev.

Last College:
Arizona Western CC

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 171

Position:
Running Back

Experience:
1L


05/09/2013

Pirate Student-Athletes Ready For Graduation Weekend

More than 50 current and former student-athletes eligible to participate in commencement exercises

01/20/2013

Pirate Football Salutes 2012 Season With Annual Awards Banquet

Twenty Players Recognized After ECU Earns Bowl Bid, Posts Second-Highest Win Total Since 1992

12/22/2012

ECU Falls To Louisiana In R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, 43-34

Shane Carden passed for 278 yards and two touchdowns for the Pirates

11/21/2012

Football Returns Home For Regular-Season Finale

Kickoff Set for 2:00 p.m. Against Marshall At Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium

11/17/2012

Carden and Pirates Top Green Wave, 28-23

Shane Carden threw for two touchdowns.

10/22/2011

East Carolina-Navy Game Highlights

Watch highlights from East Carolina's win at Navy.

12/22/2012

East Carolina vs. Louisiana - AP Photos

East Carolina vs. Louisiana - R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - AP Photos (12/22/12)

10/22/2011

ECU Football vs. Navy- AP Photos

10/22/10

Career Statistics Get Acrobat Reader

Expected to play a significant role in the Pirates' multi-pronged rushing attack ... Brings plenty of quickness, elusiveness and experience to a stable of backs that should offer situational contributions because of personnel specialization and depth ... Officially completed spring practice as the projected starter in ECU's one-back base set ... Had two rushes (seven yards) and two catches (two yards) in the first scrimmage on March 31 and followed with a four-carry, seven-yard effort in the second contest a week later ... Closed out spring drills by picking up 25 yards on 11 attempts and making one reception for five yards in the Purple-Gold Game (April 14) ... Also scored the contest's only offensive touchdown with a one-yard run ... Will look to bounce back from a health standpoint after an injury-shortened initial season (and promising debut) ... Was the nation's top junior college rusher in 2010 before signing with the East Carolina program ... Top lift (by rank) during spring strength and conditioning testing was a 250-pound power clean.

2011 Game-by-Game Statistics
2011: Appeared in six games and started four during first campaign with East Carolina ... Played in the first five contests of the year before missing the Memphis matchup with a left leg injury ... Returned for the Navy tilt, but was then sidelined for the remainder of the season with a right thigh injury ... Earned the starting nod against South Carolina, UAB, North Carolina and Houston ... Finished the year ranked second on the squad with 428 rushing yards, four ground scores and 95 carries ... Averaged a team-best 4.5 yards per attempt ... Also a pass-catching threat out of the backfield, making 18 receptions for 95 yards (5.3 yards per reception) ... Hauled in 11-of-18 grabs on first-down plays ... Despite missing six games, paced the squad with 30 rushing first downs ... Averaged 4.0 yards or more per carry on first down (4.9), second down (4.0) and third-down (4.2) attempts ... Excelled on third-and-short carries, gaining a first down on all 11 attempts and averaging 5.4 yards per rush ... Played in just two Conference USA games, against UAB and Houston, but registered 175 yards rushing (87.5 yards per contest) ... In four non-league tilts, paced the squad with 65 attempts and 253 net yards ... Only running back with more than nine carries and 32 yards in the non-conference season ... Tied for third among Conference USA running backs with a pair of 100-yard games ... During matchups inside Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, led ECU with 251 net yards despite playing in just three of team's six home contests ... Averaged 5.6 yards per rush during home tilts ... Netted 155 yards rushing in four losses played in, but tallied 273 yards and all four touchdowns in two victories ... Set career high with three rushing touchdowns at Navy, becoming the first Pirate with three ground scores in a contest since Brandon Simmons' three against UTEP on Nov. 28, 2008 ... All three TDs against Navy were in the second half, making him the first ECU player with three rushing touchdowns in a half since Art Brown against Army on Oct. 2, 2002, a span of 115 games ... Recorded second career 100-yard rushing game versus the Midshipmen, netting 104 ... Established personal bests with five receptions and 38 yards at Navy ... Gained 34-of-72 yards against North Carolina during the first quarter ... Ran for a career-high 169 yards against UAB, averaging 7.0 yards per carry (24 rushes) ... 169-yard effort versus the Blazers was the ninth-highest total by a Conference USA running back last year and was the sixth most by an FBS running back during the fourth week of the season ... UAB performance was best by an ECU back since Dominique Lindsay's 172-yard game at Tulsa on Nov. 15, 2009 ... Scored first career touchdown (three yards) in the third quarter against UAB ... Made East Carolina debut versus South Carolina and recorded a team-best 153 all-purpose yards ... Selected as the Conference USA Offensive Player-of-the-Week and a College Football Performance Awards Honorable Mention running back for Week 4 following UAB game.

Junior College: The National Junior College Athletics Association's (NJCAA) leading rusher as a sophomore at Arizona Western Community College (Yuma) in 2010, picking up 1,830 yards in 12 contests ... Also topped the NJCAA's national statistics in rushing yards per game (152.2 ypg), rushing touchdowns (20) and scoring (132 points/22 TDs) ... Earned 2010 NJCAA Co-Player-of-the-Year honors along with Butler's (Kan.) Cornellius Carradine ... Also served as a pass-catching weapon out of the backfield for coach Tom Minnick with 16 receptions for 170 yards and a pair of scores in 2010 ... A two-time Western States Football League (WSFL) Offensive Player-of-the-Year and NJCAA All-America selection, earning first-team honors as a sophomore after receiving second-team accolades as a freshman ... Also chosen to the All-Region I and All-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (first-team) squads in 2009 and 2010 ... Helped the Matadors to back-to-back WSFL titles and a pair of bowl appearances ... Completed junior college career with 3,247 rushing yards and 43 total touchdowns (40 rushing) ... Ran for 100 yards or more in 21 of 22 games played in, cracking the 200-yard milestone on three occasions ... Reached triple-digit ground totals in all 12 games during his sophomore campaign, recording season-bests in yards (232) and carries (36) during Arizona Western's 34-14 victory over Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College that clinched a second-straight WSFL championship ... Closed career by extending his 100-yard rushing streak to 15 consecutive games during a 31-27 setback against Blinn (Texas) College in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl played at Copperas Cove, Texas ... Also tossed a TD pass vs. Blinn during bowl action, connecting with Jamal Gray on a 23-yard halfback option to close out the Arizona Western's scoring efforts ... Led the Matadors and stood second nationally in total rushing yards (1,417), rushing yards per game (157.4 ypg) and rushing touchdowns (20) as a freshman despite missing all or parts of three games ... Opened collegiate career with a 200-yard rushing effort, which included a 96-yard scamper, against Snow (Utah) College ... Played key role helping program to a Mississippi Bowl appearance as a rookie (lost 27-24 to Eastern Mississippi) ... Moved into a leadership role during sophomore season at Arizona Western, serving as a mentor to freshman understudy Damien Williams, who finished eighth in the league in rushing with 717 yards despite never starting a game.

High School: Earned three varsity letters as a starting running back for Las Vegas (Nev.) High School ... A first-team all-league honoree as a running back and second-team selection as a defensive back ... Also picked up First-Team All-Region accolades for performance on offensive side of the ball ... Rushed for 12 touchdowns as a senior, including a trio of three-TD single-game efforts ... Finished with 1,624 rushing yards and 344 receiving yards during final year of prep career ... Helped lead Wildcats to the 2008 Sunrise League title ... Recruited out of high school by Arizona State and West Virginia.

Personal: A communications major.

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