10 Sleeper Offensive Linemen Bears Could Target In The 2016 NFL Draft

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Spencer Pulley-Vanderbilt-OC

Vanderbilt Commodores offensive lineman Spencer Pulley (77) Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Vanderbilt Commodores offensive lineman Spencer Pulley (77) Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports /


Spencer Pulley is a Durable lineman who finished his career with 37 consecutive starts and 41 overall where he split between two spots center and right guard. Pulley is also a great team leader who was voted the permanent team captain after his senior season.


Pulley is a big strong guy as he proved in his pro day putting up 28 reps on the bench press. Also showed he was very fleet of foot staring at his pro day in drills with some good measureables as well. Check them out here. Also left an impressive resume at Vanderbilt as you can see by clicking here.


Positives: Pulley is a big strong man who can move well, lead on the field, and adjust blocking assignments on the line and on the fly as his switch to center would attest to. He also has very nimble feet that he uses to pull and get to the second level to execute for what was a very productive running game at Vanderbilt. He’s also very aware on the field knowing when to double team and who to pick up on blitzes. Does not lose the mental game very often. He’s also very tenacious on the field showing some nasty as he will take you to the ground. In 2013 Registered 46 knockdown blocks, and 67 blocks that led to TDs or first downs…in 2014 Registered 28 pancake blocks and 10 additional domination blocks…in 2015 Contributed 35 pancake blocks. Could give Grassu all he can handle.

Negatives: Although a very good athlete for a man his size not an élite athlete. While he offers some positional versatility playing right guard as well as center he does not have any games on the left side of the line and appears primarily right handed,  and does not appear to be a guy who can handle the tackle position. Not the worlds best technician so he needs to learn how to use hands and his length more to his advantage at the next level.

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