Player Spotlight: Mason Cullop C/O ’22 Offensive Lineman

Mason Cullop with a huge pancake block!

Mason Cullop is an offensive lineman for Cactus High School in Glendale, Arizona, and is the teammate of another Cobra we have written on, Ethan Price.

The 6’3, 260 pounder plays all over the offensive line, seeing most of his time at guard and center. Cullop also plays defensive tackle for the Cobras.

Cullop has helped lead his team to a state championship two years in a row, but both years the Cobras came up short.

“Our season ended in the championship game with a heartbreaking one-point loss,” Cullop said. “Both years, we lost by one point, and it was to the same team. I feel like we just have to eliminate some mistakes and next year, we will be on the other side of it.”

Cullop has had a great couple of years, reaching the state championship, as well as earning 1st Team All-Region both seasons. The impressive playmaker also earned the Best Offensive Lineman Award from his school in 2019.

In just 11 games this year, Cullop was able to get over 30 pancakes on the season, averaging at least three per game!

Cullop wanted to let coaches know what sets him apart from other players, and we were impressed with his answers.

“I am a very aggressive player,” Cullop said. “I feel like that can be seen, because I have the most pancakes on the team. I already have the size and the speed for the next level, and I have one year left in high school.”

“I am versatile enough to play any position on the offensive and defensive lines. The last season, I made starts at every offensive line position, as well as defensive tackle. I played every offensive down this fall and in the semi-final game, I played every down on both sides of the ball.”

Wow, sounds like Cullop can do it all and he never gets fatigued! Quite impressive for a guy in the trenches!

When it comes to the weight-room, Cullop states that he loves to workout, and that shows with his 285 max bench!

In the classroom, Cullop excels with a 3.12 GPA, which is enough to qualify him for college ball.

Cullop has teamed up with the My Recruits program with Coach Lou Perrone, who we have previously written on. While Cullop does not have any offers as of yet, you can guarantee the My Recruits difference will show up and show out for him!


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Twitter: @cullop_mason

Published by Zane Rowland

I love sports and I love helping kids reach their goals and dreams!

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