Vanderbilt vs. Missouri homecoming game, 10/24/15. Photos by Joe Howell
Honors • 2014 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 Named to Rimington Trophy watchlist during preseason... Earned All-Southeastern Conference postseason consideration... After moving to center during spring drills, Pulley played through multiple injuries to start and all 12 games at the pivotal position... Selected as squad's permanent offensive captain by teammates at conclusion of season... Helped pave the way for Ralph Webb to produce 1,152 rushing yards, second highest total in team history... Finished his collegiate career with a 37-consecutive game start streak – and 41 starts overall... Named SEC's Offensive Lineman of the Week after superb effort in win over Missouri in which he earned a 99 percent blocking grad that included four pancake blocks... Contributed 35 pancake blocks during the season... Served as team's offensive game captain against Western Kentucky, Georgia, Missouri, Houston, Florida, Kentucky, Texas A&M and Tennessee.
2014 A quiet leader on the offense, Pulley became one of the Commodores' most dependable and consistent interior blockers as a second-year starter... Earned 12 straight starts at right guard, running his consecutive starts streak to 25 games... Concluded the season with 29 career starts... Earned All-Southeastern Conference consideration after playing virtually every offensive snap... Registered 28 pancake blocks and 10 additional domination blocks during the season.
2013 Earned starting assignments at right guard in all 13 games... Also earned snaps as center during late-season games... Registered 46 knockdown blocks, and 67 blocks that led to TDs or first downs... Helped pave the way for an offense that averaged 366.7 yards per game, including 233.7 passing yards.
2012 Pulley has started four games on the offensive line at center for the Commodores in 2012... He helped pave the way for a rushing attack that averaged 170 yards per game and a passing attack that averaged 222 yards per game.
2011 One of five true freshmen to see action during the season, Pulley participated as a reserve offensive guard and contributed on special team conversion units... Played in six games.
High School Senior captain... Three-year starter at OT at powerful Memphis private school... As senior, anchored offensive line that helped Evangelical average 37.2 points per game... As DE, contributed 29 tackles and 11 QB sacks... Recipient of Division II-Class A Mr. Football Award as state's top lineman as senior LT... Named to writers' first team Division II-A All-State team, Commercial Appeal's Best of Preps and captured district OL MVP as senior... Played in Tennessee East-West All-Star Game... Squad went 24-9 during three-year varsity career, twice reaching the Div. II-A state semifinals... Earned three letters throwing shot put/discus in track.
Personal Spencer Kyle Pulley... Majoring in Human and Organizational Development... Son of Lee and Karen Pulley... Born April 4, 1993 in Memphis... Has an older sister, Kayla... Dad is certified accountant; mom is homemaker.