1. Ryan Lacy

    Ryan Lacy

    Height: 5" 10' | Weight: 135lbs

    Class of 2024 | LA

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    Kohl's Comments

    Lacy competed at the 2023 Kohl's National Scholarship Camp. He showed improvement in his ball striking and increased power on his kicks. His overall camp score on kickoffs was 85.35 and his biggest charted ball was 55 yards with 3.31 seconds of hang time. His combined chart on field goals was 18 points. His command of his "A" ball has gotten better. He flashed solid contact and some decent fundamentals in punting and he connected with a big ball of 41 yards with 4.06 seconds of hang time. Lacy competed at the 2023 Kohl's Midwest Spring Showcase Camp. He competed in all three disciplines at the event and showed solid refinement in his ball striking at camp. His kickoff charts scored an 83.45 with a big ball charted of 56 yards with 2.75 seconds of hang time. During the punt charting he scored 75.46 and was able to connect with a big ball of 33 yards with 3.39 seconds of hang time.

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    Athlete Bio

    One of my goals for college is to get a degree in Kinesiology. My ambition is to become an athletic trainer or work in sports medicine. While attending college I would like to continue playing the sport I love by kicking for the school’s football team. What do I have to offer the team? What makes me stand out is my determination and persistence to attain my athletic goals and be the best that I can be. I was riding a 2 wheel bike at age 4, doing backflips and gainers off of the diving board at a young age, and running 5k’s at age 6. I like a challenge. I have always been athletic. Participating in Rec. sports for years, summer swim league for 14 years, track, cross country, and swimming in high school. Throughout all of these sports I have received many accolades. However, in November of my sophomore year, I decided that I wanted to kick for Destrehan High Wildcats, and so I practiced. I went to the field, daily, kicking for hours. No coaches, no trainers, no team. Just me and determination. Fast forward to the 2022 football season, and I was on the team, competing against 2 other kickers for the number one position. I held my own and did pretty well sharing time with the 1st string kicker. I kept practicing now under the guidance of a special teams coach. I worked hard, determined to improve. As the season progressed our 1st string kicker tore his ACL and was out for the season. It was now up to me to prove that I was worthy of that position. So I continued practicing, often run off the field by coaches telling me to go home and rest. Destrehan won the 2022 State Championship and I had the opportunity to kick in the dome. PAT’s, kickoff’s, punts, and a field goal. What an awesome opportunity for a kid who hadn’t started kicking until that year. I credit this to my drive to always improve, to push myself to get better and never settle for good enough. In an idealistic world perhaps I’ll play professionally. One of my favorite bible verses is “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” God has given me this talent and ambition, so I want to use it to its potential whether coaching, training or kicking.

    Awards & Honors

    • 2022 High School football State Champions, and District Champions
    • 3 year letter for Swimming, Cross Country, and Track for 2020 -2023
    • 2022 State qualifier for Cross Country
    • 2022 Metro qualifier for swimming
    • 2022 Track District Champions
    • 2020 and 2021 Cross Country 2nd Team District
    • High point swimmer during 3 different invitationals


      Ranking Camp Results



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      Training Camp Results

      06/18/2023Baton Rouge, LA - 1 Day Training Camp

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