After moving around North Carolina State’s depth chart since coming to Raleigh, Coult Culler is now moving on.
NCSU has confirmed that, because of recurring injuries, Culler has decided to step away from the sport of football and put an end to his playing career. In the press release, the school did not specify what injury or injuries Culler has been dealing with.
“Coult is a very loved member of this team,” said head coach Dave Doeren in a statement. “He’s played multiple positions so he’s worked with a lot of coaches and has learned a great deal during his time here. He will continue to be around the team and will be a big part of our program, he just won’t put on pads every day.”
A three-star member of the Wolfpack’s 2014 recruiting class, Culler was rated as the No. 34 player at any position in the state of North Carolina.
While he came to the program as a linebacker, he put on 40-plus pounds during his true freshman season and was moved to defensive line prior to the start of the 2015 season. That year as a redshirt freshman, Culler played in four games.
This spring, he was moved to the offensive line and was competing for a starting guard job.