20 Questions With Football’s Justin Bullard
UNCPBraves.com sat down with senior linebacker Justin Bullard to learn of his opinion on a variety of topics ranging from his oddest talent to how he wants to be remembered when he leaves Pembroke. The following 20 questions are a part of a continuing feature at your official Internet home for UNCP athletics.
Bullard, a Pembroke native, has played in 21 career games for the Braves thus far in his career. He has accumulated 35 tackles, including 20 solo stops, as well as six tackle for loss assists and one interception.
Last season, Justin recorded two solo tackles against region rival Fayetteville State in the season-opening Two Rivers Classic in which the Braves posted a 39-0 victory. He collected two solo tackles, including a tackle for loss assist, in the 30-7 win over Carson-Newman.
As a junior, Bullard tallied at least a pair of tackles against four opponents, including a season-best six stops (four solo) in a 43-3 victory over Lane. He totaled four tackles (three solo) in the first round playoff appearance at Arkansas Tech that season as well.
20 Questions With UNCP Senior Linebacker Justin Bullard
The Most Famous Person I've Ever Met: Kenwin Cummings
What Channel Is Your TV On The Most: Animal Planet
The Professional Athlete's Poster I Had On My Wall: Julius Peppers
Biggest Pet Peeve: Someone slamming my car door
If I Could Play Another Sport At UNCP, I Would Play: Baseball
Most Thrilling Experience: Going into a burning house with the fire department
Oddest Talent: Sharpening Knives
Super Power I'd Like To Have: Invisibility
This Is How Many Text Messages I Send Daily: 300
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate
My Hometown Is Most Famous For: Lumbee Homecoming
Any Significance To The Number On Your Jersey?: No not really
Who Would Portray You In The Movie About Your Life?: The Rock
Two Words To Describe Yourself On Field: Smart and Confident
Two Words To Describe Yourself Off Field: Polite and Helpful
What I Love Most About UNCP: It's half a mile from my house, so I still get to eat my mom's cooking.
I Came To UNCP Because: I liked the football program, the coaches and UNCP has great facilities.
My Advice To Youngsters Would Be: Do your best in whatever you do. You might not see the results right away, but it will pay off in the long run.
What Is One Thing You Want To Happen Before You Leave UNCP: I want to have a 4.0 GPA for one semester.
How Do You Want People At UNCP To Remember You?: As a hard worker and someone that they could admire.