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Jesuit grad creates brace for Duke teammate

Clark Bulleit

Tampa Jesuit High School grad Clark Bulleit recently garnered the Wall Street Journal’s attention because he custom-designed a brace for a fellow Duke University football player.

After quarterback and top NFL prospect Daniel Jones broke his collarbone, Bulleit, a biomedical engineering major, created a brace using a 3-D printer to allow Jones more flexibility than his standard brace provided.

Stories in the WSJ and the Duke student newspaper detail how Bulleit – son of longtime Fox 13 anchor Kelly Ring and money manager Ed Bulleit of MBS Capital Markets – worked with fellow Duke reserve Kevin Gehsmann to help Jones.

Katherine Snow Smith, B2 Communications

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