2005: After sitting out the 2004 season as a redshirt, freshman Bradley Bullitt is listed No. 3 on the Baylor depth chart at linebacker behind Colin Allred and Nick Moore.
2004: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Naaman Forest High School, Garland, Texas ... Earned 2003 District 12-5A co-Most Valuable Player honors after leading the Forest Rangers to an 8-3 record and a spot in the bi-district playoffs ... Rated as the area's 44th-best prep by The Dallas Morning News and as Texas' 76th-best player according to Rivals.com ... Waco Tribune-Herald top 100 player ... 2003 honorable mention 5A Associated Press and Texas Sports Writers Association all-state pick ... Named to Texas Football's 2003 Top 300 list ... As a senior team captain, recorded 95 tackles with three sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries from his middle linebacker position ... Earned all-district honors as a junior after leading the team in tackles ... Recorded two interceptions as a junior, one of which he returned for a touchdown ... Two-time district discuss champion ... Selected Baylor over Iowa State, Texas Tech, Kansas State and Texas A&M ... Coached by Bill Patterson at the District 12-5A school.
Personal: The son of Gerald and Billie Bullitt, Bradley Martin Bullitt was born April 4, 1986, in Bryan, Texas ... Older brother, Melvin, will be a junior on Texas A&M's 2005 football team ... Father, Gerald, was a four-year Aggie letterman (1980-83) as was his uncle Steve (1983-86) ... His father signed a contact with the Washington Redskins and played from 1984-86, while his uncle signed with the Cleveland Browns ... Recreation leisure services major.