Curtis Pulley

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Curtis Pulley
No. -- Free Ageent
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Place of birth: South Carolina Laurens, SC
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 200 lb (91 kg)
Career information
High school: Hopkinsville High School
College: Kentucky (2005–2007)
Florida A&M (2008–2010)
Career history
Roster status: Free Agent
Career highlights and awards

Curtis Pulley (born November 21, 1986 in Laurens, South Carolina) is a former American football quarterback for the Florida A&M University Rattlers. Pulley used to be a quarterback and wide receiver for the University of Kentucky Wildcats. He was selected as the 2004 Kentucky Mr. Football.

High school years[edit]

As a four-year letterman and three-year starter at quarterback and safety at Hopkinsville High School, his career passing statistics were 379 completions in 737 attempts for 6,016 yards and 62 touchdowns. His rushing totals include 487 attempts for 3,043 yards and 54 touchdowns. As a defensive back, he accounted for 155 tackles, 10 interceptions (two returned for touchdowns), two fumble recoveries (one for touchdown), and 13 pass breakups.

College years[edit]

After holding the starting position for the Kentucky Wildcats football coming out of Spring Camp in 2006, QB Andre Woodson beat him for the spot in the fall. For the 2006 season, Pulley served as the backup quarterback, occasional wide receiver, and special teams kick blocker for the Wildcats. He left the team for the spring semester 2007, but later re-enrolled for the Fall. He decided to redshirt the 2007 season and try to regain the starting spot in 2008. He was considered one of the top athletes on the team, and at 6'4 212 lbs, can play either receiver or Quarterback.

[1] On August 5, 2008 Curtis Pulley was dismissed from the Kentucky Wildcat football team as a result of multiple arrests. Pulley was charged in Louisville on a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession. He also was arrested in Hardin County on traffic charges including speeding, driving on a suspended or revoked license and having expired or no plates or registration papers, according to court documents.

Pulley has since transferred to Florida A&M University.


  1. ^ "Kentucky QB may lose playing time". Retrieved 2008-07-26. 

External links[edit]

  • [1] UKAthletics Bio
Preceded by
Brian Brohm
Kentucky Mr. Football
Succeeded by
Micah Johnson