Height: 6-2
Weight: 300
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Alex Bullard

School: Tennessee
Position: G
Positive: Started 11 games at left guard as a senior. Started 12 games as a sophomore lining up at both left guard and center. Powerful small-area blocker with an underrated game. Quick off the snap, explosive at the point and holds his ground, not giving up an inch to opponents. Stays square. Powerful and turns defenders from the action or engulfs them altogether. Blocks with a nasty attitude and works to finish plays. Extends his hands into defenders and jolts them with good punch. Keeps his head on a swivel, works well with teammates, and shows good awareness.
Negative: Struggles adjusting to opponents or handling speed rushers. Stiff, rumbles around the field, and cannot redirect to linebackers or hit a moving target. Marginally athletic and ineffective blocking in motion. Lacks great size for a power lineman.
Analysis: Bullard has fallen under the radar in the scouting community because of his size but possesses the versatility, power, and skill to back up at multiple interior offensive line positions for a power running or ball control offense.

Updated 4/30
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