Recent Calen Bullock Notes
HISTORY — From College Profile
CAREER: In his 2-year career, he has 87 tackles, 7 INTs (running 1 back for a TD) and 8 pass breakups while appearing in 26 games with 14 starts.
2023: Bullock, a First Team All-American, should shine again at defensive back as a junior in 2023.
2022: Bullock was a key component of USC’s secondary as a sophomore in 2022. He started in all 14 games and led the team in INTs with 5 (ranked 11th in the nation). He also tallied 48 tackles (6th on the team) and 5 pass breakups (T-2nd on the team). Bullock was named a First Team All-American per Pro Football Focus and to the AP All-Pac-12 First Team and the All-Pac-12 Second Team.
He had 6 tackles and 1 INT that he ran back 93 years for a TD against Rice. He tallied 3 tackles at Stanford and 1 tackle against Fresno State. He had 4 tackles at Oregon State. He recorded 3 tackles, 1 INT and 1 pass breakup against Arizona State. He had 1 tackle against Washington State. He collected 5 tackles at Utah. He had 7 tackles and 2 pass breakups at Arizona. He recorded 1 tackle, 1 INT and 1 pass breakup against California. He had 1 INT against Colorado and 7 tackles at UCLA. He tallied 5 tackles and 1 INT against Notre Dame. He had 4 tackles and 1 pass breakup in the Pac-12 Championship game against Utah. He had 1 tackle in the Cotton Bowl against Tulane.
2021: Bullock, who enrolled at USC in the spring of 2021 after graduating a semester early from high school, made an immediate impact in the secondary while playing free safety, nickelback and cornerback as a first-year freshman in 2021. Overall in 2021 while appearing in all 12 games and starting 6 times (San Jose State, Arizona and UCLA at free safety, Washington State and Notre Dame at nickelback and California at cornerback), he had 39 tackles, 2 interceptions and 3 deflections. He made the 2021 Football Writers Freshman All-American, Pro Football Focus True Freshman All-American first team and won USC’s 2021 Co-Defensive Perimeter Player of the Year Award.
He started at free safety against San Jose State (becoming the first USC true freshman to start an opener at safety since Su’a Cravens in 2013 versus Hawaii) and had a team-high 8 tackles. He had 2 tackles and a deflection against Stanford, 4 tackles and an interception at Washington State, a tackle against Oregon State, 2 tackles at Colorado, 3 tackles against Utah and 5 tackles at Notre Dame. He had 4 tackles and a deflection against Arizona, 2 tackles against Arizona State, 5 tackles versus UCLA and 3 tackles, an end-zone interception and a deflection against BYU.
HIGH SCHOOL: He made the 2020 PrepStar Dream Team and Southern California News Group Fab 15 second team as a senior defensive back and wide receiver at John Muir High in Pasadena (Calif.).
As a 2019 junior, he was Cal-Hi Sports All-State Juniors second team and All-CIF Division 11 when he made 45 tackles (with a sack), 6 interceptions and 3 deflections on defense, had 40 receptions for 914 yards (22.9 avg) with 8 TDs, a 30-yard run and completed a 40-yard pass on offense and returned 7 punts for 125 yards (17.9 avg) and 5 kickoffs for 80 yards (16.0 avg).
He made 8 tackles as a 2018 sophomore.
He is majoring in Communication at USC.
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