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The 2011 Lou Groza Award winner and Walter Camp All-American, Bullock has a chance to be drafted in the later rounds, but may find himself needing to go the route of free agency to make an NFL roster. An accurate kicker who has shown impressive range throughout his career at Texas A&M, Bullock made all but three of his 179 extra-point chances and finished as the school's all-time leader with 365 career points and 62 field goals made. He racked up a career-high and single-season school-record 142 points as a senior while connecting on 29 of his 33 field goal attempts, including 13 of 16 from 40 yards or longer. He hit a career-high 52-yarder in a loss to Texas on Nov. 24, and had three games in which he made four field goals. Consistently accurate, Bullock made 14 of 15 chances inside of 40 yards as a senior and went 39 for 46 in that range for his career. He also has the needed power to be an NFL kicker, registering 32 touchbacks on 96 kickoffs and averaging 65.8 yards on kickoffs according to the team.