Cincinnati Football: North Carolina Central offensive lineman Corey Bullock commits to Bearcats

After receiving All-MEAC honors twice during his career at North Carolina Central, junior offensive lineman Corey Bullock announced his transfer commitment to the Bearcats on Tuesday morning.

Bullock was named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Week twice last season including a win over North Carolina A&T after playing three positions and allowing zero sacks in 66 offensive snaps.

The 6’4, 315-pound offensive lineman played guard and tackle during his time in North Carolina and should be a potential starter for first-year offensive line coach Nic Cardwell next season.

Stay tuned as the Bearcats continue to recruit the portal with recent commitments from Bullock alongside former Southeast Missouri State offensive tackle Phillip Wilder and several others.

Cincinnati Football: North Carolina Central offensive lineman Corey Bullock commits to Bearcats

Despite missing out on a few targets, Cincinnati added 13 transfers since Scott Satterfield was hired last month and hope to add more soon after hosting multiple players last week.

Satterfield spoke to the media in a press conference on Tuesday and explained the Bearcats are expecting to announce additional transfers this week so check back for updates going forward.

Other players that recently committed to Cincinnati include Arizona State kicker Carter Brown, North Carolina A&T wide receiver Sterling Berkhalter and Louisville wide receiver Dee Wiggins.

Brown became the third Sun Devils transfer to commit to the Bearcats this offseason with graduate student quarterback Emory Jones and junior kick return specialist DJ Taylor.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats land former Arizona State kick return specialist DJ Taylor

Cincinnati first-year head coach Scott Satterfield landed a handful of transfers in recent days including former Arizona State junior defensive back and kick return specialist DJ Taylor.

After spending three seasons in Tempe, Taylor decided to enter the transfer portal in late December and announced his commitment to join the Bearcats on Monday afternoon.

Taylor became the third Sun Devils transfer to commit to Cincinnati this offseason alongside graduate student quarterback Emory Jones and freshman place kicker Carter Brown.

During his career at Arizona State, Taylor totaled 1,232 return yards and one touchdown on 66 attempts, highlighted by a 100-yard kick off return touchdown against Arizona in 2020.