Northwestern’s secondary depth has taken another blow.
Cornerbacks Roderick Campbell and Brian Bullock are both out for the season a team spokesperson told Inside NU on Monday.
Campbell, who played in nine games as a true freshman in 2016, will miss the entire season due to shoulder surgery, according to the report. Bullock, a redshirt freshman, was hurt in the Wildcats’ season opener against Nevada.
With Campbell and Bullock out, Northwestern had Trae Williams start at cornerback alongside Montre Hartage in the team’s win over Bowling Green in Week 3. Williams, a redshirt sophomore, has three tackles in two games this season.