UNC Men's Basketball Bio
35 Reggie Bullock
Bullock Bullock 816822


Has scored 989 points in 100 games, 9.9 per game • Needs 11 points to become UNC's 69th 1,000-point scorer • Hit 188 three-pointers, eighth-most at UNC • Has the 11th-highest three-point percentage (.387) in UNC history • Made three or more three-pointers 31 times (three 3FGs 18 times, four 9 times, five 3 times and six 1 time) • Career-high 24 points against Maryland on Jan. 19, 2013 • Hit a career-high six three-pointers against Tennessee State on Nov. 22, 2011 • Scored in double figures 54 times and has six point/rebound double-doubles • Made 188 of his 358 field goals from three-point range (52.5 percent) • Six 20-point games, five in 2012-13.



Second-team All-ACC (selected by both the media and coaches) and USBWA All-District selection • Second-team all-district by the NABC • Made 88 three-pointers, the third-most in UNC history Carolina's third-leading scorer at a career-best 13.9 per game • Was second on the team in three-pointers, rebounds (6.5) and third in scoring, assists (101) and steals (44) • Assist-error ratio of 101 to 43 • Shot 43.6 percent from behind the arc (88 for 202) • Was third in the ACC in three-point percentage, fourth in three-pointers made, 13th in scoring and 14th in rebounding • Had four or more assists in 16 games • Made at least one three in all but two games (at Indiana and at home vs. Duke) • Hit at least three three-pointers in 18 games and four or more nine times • Scored in double figures 28 times, including 24 of the last 28 games • UNC's defensive player of the game four times (Gardner-Webb, Butler, ETSU and Wake Forest) • Averaged 8.3 rebounds over the last 11 games • Led UNC in rebounding in 10 of the last 14 games • Had 36 assists and only 14 turnovers in the last 12 games.

2013 NCAA Tournament: Averaged 10.0 points and 4.5 rebounds • Had 15 points and four assists in the win over Villanova • Five points against Kansas matched his season low (also five against Gardner-Webb and Indiana).

2013 ACC Tournament: Earned first-team All-Tournament honors • Averaged 14.3 points and a team-high 8.3 rebounds • Just 3 of 14 from the floor in the championship game • Led UNC in scoring (15), rebounds (9) and assists (4) and had a key steal in win over Maryland • Scored 17 against Florida State in the quarterfinals • Made 7 of 11 shots from the floor and added a game-high nine rebounds.

Regular-Season Highlights: Posted his third double-double in four games with 19 points, 12 rebounds and three steals in win at Maryland • Third time this year with at least a dozen rebounds • Scored 14 of his 19 in the second half • Had 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists against Florida State, the first 20/10/5 game by a Tar Heel since Jawad Williams against Maryland in 2002 • Only the eighth-such performance by an ACC player in the last 10 years • Tied his career high with eight field goals • Had 12 points, nine rebounds, six assists and three steals at Clemson • Sensational in the win over NC State as he scored a game-high 22 points, tied his career best with 13 rebounds (four offensive) and had three assists and no turnovers • Scored 11 points in the decisive 21-4 run late in the game that saw UNC go from four points behind to a 13-point lead. 

Had 11 points, four assists and a career-high four steals in win over Virginia despite being sick • Made 7 for 10 from the floor, including 4 of 5 from three-point range, and had a game-high 23 points in win over Wake Forest • Was only 1 of 8 from three-point range against Virginia Tech, but had 11 points, six rebounds, five assists, no turnovers and two blocks • Had five assists and three steals at NC State • Earned ACC Player of the Week honors (first by a Tar Heel this year) after scoring a career-high 24 points in win over Maryland • Scored 21 of his 24 in the first half as he out-scored the Terps, 21-20 • Scored UNC's first eight points and 15 of the first 24 as Carolina raced out to leads of 8-0 and 24-9 • Only three points of the second half was the knockout blow with 5:30 to play after Maryland cut the lead to 12 • Had 12 points, eight rebounds, four assists and two steals in win at Florida State • Hit four three-pointers, was 7 for 9 from the floor and scored 22 points at Virginia, his second career 20-point game and his highest scoring output to that point in an ACC game • Suffered a mild concussion in practice on Dec. 27th when he collided with James Michael McAdoo and was unable to play on the 29th against UNLV Made five three-pointers and had 17 points and four assists against McNeese State Registered his third career double-double with 18 points and a career-high 13 rebounds at Texas Had 17 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals in win over UAB Named to the all-tournament team at the EA Sports Maui Invitational Averaged 15.3 points in the three games in Maui, including 16 against Mississippi State and 17 against Chaminade.


Led UNC in three-pointers made with 71 and three-point percentage at .382 (making 71 for 186) • Was the fourth-leading scorer (8.8 ppg) on the team • Moved into the starting lineup on Jan. 26th after the season-ending injury to Dexter Strickland • Tar Heels went 16-3 after he became a starter • Averaged 8.4 points coming off the bench in the first 19 games and 9.3 points in the 19 games after moving into the starting lineup • Averaged more than 32 minutes over the last 19 games – had not played more than 24 minutes in a college game until Strickland’s injury • Scored in double figures 19 times including eight of the last 13 games and 11 of the last 19 • Made multiple three-pointers in 22 games • Made 71 of UNC’s 194 three-point baskets (36.6 percent) • Was second on the team with seven defensive player of the game awards (Michigan State, Monmouth, Miami, NC State, Georgia Tech, Duke and at NC State) • Went to the free throw line in 11 games • Made a career-high five free throws in six attempts against Florida State in the ACC Tournament championship game • Grabbed five or more rebounds in 23 games (twice in the first 10 games and 21 times in the last 28) • Had 86 rebounds (6.1) in the last 14 games • Named MVP of the 2012 N.C. Pro-Am summer league championship game after scoring 28 points in the title contest.

2012 NCAA Tournament:  Played his finest game as a Tar Heel with 17 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in a career-high 41 minutes against Ohio in the Sweet 16, but hyperextended his left knee in the second half • Hit 5 of 10 three-pointers, including four in the final 25 minutes • Hit a three with 40 seconds to play in regulation to give UNC a 63-61 lead, then opened the scoring in overtime with another three • The 17 points and five threes were the most since he hit six threes and scored 23 points against Tennessee State on Nov. 22nd • The five three-pointers tie the second-most in an NCAA Tournament game by a Tar Heel and are the most since Wayne Ellington hit five against Villanova in 2009 Final Four • Scored 13 points on 3 of 5 shooting from long range and grabbed eight rebounds against Creighton • Tied his career high with three steals vs. Vermont • Averaged 10.5 points and 7.0 rebounds and was 11 of 26 (.423) from three-point range in the NCAA Tournament.

2012 ACC Tournament:
  Averaged 9.0 points and 5.0 rebounds • Made 9 of 26 shots from the floor (.346), including 4 of 15 from three • Was 6 for 10 from the floor for 15 points and had three assists vs. Maryland • Had a career-high six assists and seven rebounds against NC State and again played outstanding defense.

2012 Regular Season:  Had 12 points and six rebounds and helped limit Austin Rivers to 5 of 12 shooting from the floor (1 of 6 from three-point range) in the win at Duke • Had 12 points and a career-high four assists in home win over Maryland • Scored eight of his 11 points in the first half, helped limit Scott Wood to 1 of 5 shooting, was UNC’s defensive player of the game and did not have a turnover in the 86-74 win at NC State • Scored 11 points and played solid defense in the win at Maryland, helping limit Terrell Stoglin, the ACC’s top scorer, to just 8 of 21 shooting and one of nine from three-point range • Made his first start in the win over NC State and had 11 points, five rebounds and three assists • Three-pointer off the break gave Carolina a five-point lead in the win at Virginia Tech • Had 12 points and six rebounds in the win over Texas • Posted his first collegiate double-double with 10 points and a career-high 10 rebounds against Nicholls • Scored a career-high 23 points on 8 of 10 shooting from the floor and 6 of 7 from three-point range against Tennessee State.

Tore the lateral meniscus in his left knee on Feb. 27 in the win over Maryland • Had surgery on March 7 to repair the injury and missed the rest of the 2010-11 season.

Sixth on the team in scoring and the second-leading scorer off the bench at 6.1 points per game • Third on the team with 29 three-pointers made • Made 29 of 98 from three-point range (29.6 percent) • Went 11 for 42 from three-point range in his last 11 games, including 2 for 20 in the last seven games • Made at least two threes in 10 different games • Scored in double figures seven times.

2010-11 Game Highlights: Hit a jumper from the top of the key and converted the free throw for a three-point play with 9:24 to play to break a 50-50 tie in the win at NC State (UNC would lead the rest of the game) • Knocked in a season-high four first-half three-pointers, finished with 16 points and won his first defensive player of the game award in UNC's 106-74 win at Boston College • Tar Heels were trailing 18-13 before he hit his first three, but led 29-22 after his fourth trey in a span of 3:38 • Earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors after scoring a season-high 18 points in 75-65 win over Clemson • Scored 16 of his team-high 18 points in the first half as the Tar Heels built a 46-38 margin • Set or tied personal season bests in points, field goals (6), three-pointers (3), rebounds (5), free throws (3) and steals (2) against the Tigers • Scored eight of UNC's first 16 points, then scored seven straight as Carolina built a 37-28 advantage • Received Carolina's first ACC Rookie of the Week award since 2007 • Scored four points and had five rebounds at Virginia, just two days after his grandmother, Patricia Williams, passed away in Kinston • Bullock lived with Ms. Williams for a number of years prior to attending UNC • Scored 12 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the floor against Saint Francis (also had 12 in debut against Lipscomb) • Scored 11 points against William and Mary, his first double-figure scoring effort since Puerto Rico • Also had season highs in rebounds (five) and assists (three) against the Tribe • Scored nine points and had four rebounds in the win at Evansville.

First-team Parade All-America • Led Kinston High School to the 2010 2-A state championship and the 2008 3-A state title • Played for Coach Wells Gulledge • The 2010 Associated Press Player of the Year in North Carolina • Also the Gatorade NC Player of the Year • Was second behind John Wall in the AP Player of the Year voting as a junior • Three-time all-state selection • Had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three steals in 2010 state finals against West Caldwell • Scored his 2,000th career point in the fourth quarter of the championship game • Scored 30 or more points nine times as a senior with a high of 40 at North Pitt • Played in the McDonald's All-Star Game in Columbus, Ohio, the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Ore., and the Jordan Brand Classic in New York • Had 11 points and three assists in the Jordan game in Madison Square Garden • Earned MVP honors at the North Carolina High School All-Star Game after a 20-point, 10-rebound performance.

Reginald Ryedell Bullock is the son of Danielle Long • Born March 16, 1991, in Baltimore, Md. • Majoring in communication studies • Last name is pronounced BULL-lock.

Position: Guard
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 205
Year: Junior
Hometown: Kinston, N.C.
High School: Kinston
Major: Communication Studies
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