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McCullan excelling in long jump for Alabama
Bradwell Institute alum Josh McCullan has been shining for the University of Alabama in the long jump this spring.

Bradwell Institute alum Josh McCullan, currently a long jumper for the University of Alabama, earned second place at the John Jacobs Invitational Meet on April 18 in Norman, Oklahoma.
McCullan, a junior,
recorded a leap of 23 feet,
11 inches.
During the 2015 outdoor season, McCullan has posted a mark of 22-3¾ in the long jump at the Florida Relays to finish 16th, jumped 22-6½ for seventh place at the Crimson Tide Invitational and finished second in the long jump with a leap of 24-3¾ inches at the Alabama Relays.
During his junior indoor season, he finished ninth in the long jump at the SEC Championships with a mark of 24-2¼, 10th at the New Mexico Team Invitational and the Vanderbilt Invitational and third at the Auburn Invitational.
During his sophomore year, he finished 18th in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and set a personal-best mark of 24-9¾ at the SEC Championships.
During the indoor season, he placed 10th in the SEC Championships.
As a freshman, he earned recognition on the SEC All-Freshman Team.
The Crimson Tide are next at the LSU Invitational on Saturday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The SEC Championships begin May 15 in Starkville, Mississippi.

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