Shooting safeguard who set documents for career free of charge throws and single-season three-pointers even though at the University or college of Michigan. His information would later become vacated due to the school’s golf ball scandal including booster Ed Martin. He was called Washington Post All Met Golf ball Player of the entire year in 1995. He received the McDonald’s All-American three-point capturing shooting contest. Pursuing his college profession, he played abroad for groups like Actual Madrid Baloncesto, with whom he received the Spanish Little league Finals MVP Honor in 2005. His dad is usually Louis Bullock, Sr. He and Chris Webber had been both implicated in the University or college of Michigan golf ball scandal.