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McCullum, Justin

A junior wide receiver at Stanford University in 2004, McCullum appeared in every Cardinal game during the season (including a start against No. 1 USC) and finished fourth on the team in receptions (24) and receiving yards (335); he also had one touchdown and went 1-1 passing for 42 yards. Stanford finished the season with a record of 4-7 (2-6 in conference).

Birth and Death Dates:
b. October 5, 1982

Career Highlights:
The son of former NFL receiver Sam McCullum and younger brother of former Stanford receiver Jamien McCullum, Justin was a consensus Prep All-America at Mercer Island High School in Washington. Ranked the No. 14 receiver in the country by SuperPrep, he set school records for receptions (103), receiving yards (1,700), and touchdowns (15). He also led the basketball team to the state championship in 1999.

After graduating, McCullum received a scholarship to Stanford University. After sitting out in 2001 as a redshirt, Justin injured his knee in 2002 and missed the entire season. In 2003, McCullum saw his first action and played in 11 games, finishing with seven catches for 64 yards.

Origin:
Mercer Island, Washington

Career Dates:
McCullum played wide receiver at Stanford University, 2001-present.

Physical description:
6'4", 220 pounds



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