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Ryan Allen, P

School: Louisiana Tech  |  Conference: WAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Salem, OR
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 229 lbs.
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LATEST NEWS
05/03/2013 - Patriots sign 19 Rookie Free Agents...Allen, 23, began his career at Oregon State before transferring to Louisiana Tech. The 6-2, 215-pounder, was named the Ray Guy Award winner in 2011 and 2012, becoming the first player to claim the award in back-to-back seasons. - New England Patriots

04/08/2013 - 2013 Louisiana Tech Pro Day: There were a total of 23 NFL teams represented at Louisiana Tech Pro Day on March 26. The workout was held outdoors on field-turf. A total of 24 players worked out. Ryan Allen P (6-1, 225 pounds) - He has a very, very strong leg. He kept his numbers from the combine. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

12/16/2012 - 2012 AFCA FBS COACHES' ALL-AMERICA TEAM: P Ryan Allen, Sr., Louisiana Tech...Allen led the nation in punting this season with an average of 48.04 yards per punt and leads the nation in net punting with a net punting average of 43.51. He booted the longest punt this season of any punter in the country with an 85-yard kick at New Mexico State. Over 44 percent of his punts this season have landed inside the 20 and over 46 percent of his punts have gone over 50 yards. Last week Allen became the first player to ever win the Ray Guy Award (nation's top punter) in back-to-back years. - Louisiana Tech football

12/16/2012 - 2012 NCAA FBS CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICAN: Punter - x-Ryan Allen (Unanimous), Louisiana Tech, 6-2, 215, senior...Allen led the nation in punting this season with an average of 48.04 yards per punt and leads the nation in net punting with a net punting average of 43.51. He booted the longest punt this season of any punter in the country with an 85-yard kick at New Mexico State. Over 44 percent of his punts this season have landed inside the 20 and over 46 percent of his punts have gone over 50 yards. Last week Allen became the first player to ever win the Ray Guy Award (nation's top punter) in back-to-back years. - Louisiana Tech football

12/16/2012 - 2012 WALTER CAMP ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM: P Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech, 6-2 215 Sr., Salem, OR...Allen led the nation in punting this season with an average of 48.04 yards per punt and leads the nation in net punting with a net punting average of 43.51. He booted the longest punt this season of any punter in the country with an 85-yard kick at New Mexico State. Over 44 percent of his punts this season have landed inside the 20 and over 46 percent of his punts have gone over 50 yards. Last week Allen became the first player to ever win the Ray Guy Award (nation's top punter) in back-to-back years. - Louisiana Tech football

12/16/2012 - 2012 AP ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM: Punter - Ryan Allen, senior, 6-2, 215, Louisiana Tech...Allen led the nation in punting this season with an average of 48.04 yards per punt and leads the nation in net punting with a net punting average of 43.51. He booted the longest punt this season of any punter in the country with an 85-yard kick at New Mexico State. Over 44 percent of his punts this season have landed inside the 20 and over 46 percent of his punts have gone over 50 yards. Last week Allen became the first player to ever win the Ray Guy Award (nation's top punter) in back-to-back years. - Louisiana Tech football

12/07/2012 - 2012 ALL-WAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P-Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech, 6-2, 215, Sr., has been selected First Team All-Western Athletic Conference (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. - Louisiana Tech Football

12/07/2012 - 2012 RAY GUY AWARD WINNER: Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech...Louisiana Tech's Ryan Allen became the first back-to-back recipient of the coveted Ray Guy Award as the nation's top punter as the Bulldog senior took home the hardware for the second consecutive year Thursday night during the Home Depot College Football Awards Show. Tech's punter beat out Florida's Kyle Christy and Ball State's Scott Kovanda for the award. The award was announced on a live national broadcast on ESPN.

Allen, who was also named first team Walter Camp All-American Thursday, led the nation in punting this season with an average of 48.04 yards per punt and leds the nation in net punting with a net punting average of 43.51. He booted the longest punt this season of any punter in the country with an 85-yard kick at New Mexico State. Over 44 percent of his punts this season have landed inside the 20 and over 46 percent of his punts have gone over 50 yards. - Louisiana Tech football

11/21/2012 - 2012 RAY GUY AWARD FINALIST (NATION'S OUTSTANDING PUNTER): Ryan Allen (La Tech)...This marks the second consecutive year Allen has been named a finalist for the award honoring the nation's top punter. Allen currently leads in the nation in punting, averaging 48.12 yards per punt this season. That average is more than a yard better than any other punter. Allen has 19 punts over 50 yards including an 85-yard punt at New Mexico State, the longest punt in the nation from any punter this season. A native of Salem, Ore., Allen won the 2011 Ray Guy Award becoming the first punter from a non-AQ school to be named the nation's top punter. No punter has ever won the Ray Guy Award more than once. - Louisiana Tech football

07/11/2012 - 2012 RAY GUY AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Ryan Allen (Sr.), Louisiana Tech, has been selected to the preseason watch list for the 2012 Ray Guy Award, which honors the nation's top collegiate punter. As a redshirt junior last season, Allen led the nation with 39 punts inside the 20 with only five touchbacks while averaging 46.1 yards per punt, another school record. Allen pegged 29 punts over 50 yards and sent an amazing 22 punts inside the 20 on the season. After being named All-America by multiple publications, Allen was awarded the Ray Guy Award and named first team All-WAC and All-Louisiana. Allen became the first punter from a non-BCS school to win the Ray Guy Award and the only non-BCS player to win a national award in 2011. In Louisiana Tech's appearance in the 2011 Poinsettia Bowl, ESPN broadcaster Joe Tessitore repeatedly said on air, "Good things happen when Ryan Allen is on the field." - Louisiana Tech football

 
LATEST NEWS
05/03/2013 - Patriots sign 19 Rookie Free Agents...Allen, 23, began his career at Oregon State before transferring to Louisiana Tech. The 6-2, 215-pounder, was named the Ray Guy Award winner in 2011 and 2012, becoming the first player to claim the award in back-to-back seasons. - New England Patriots

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