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Jacob Lacey

Height: 5-10 | Weight: 177 | College: Oklahoma State
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2007 Season

Ended the season fifth on the squad with 63 tackles … Had the biggest day of his career with three interceptions against Texas (returned one for a score) . . . His three picks were the most for an OSU player in one game since Tony Banfield had three against OU in 1959 … Registered five tackles, including a career-high two tackles for loss and a sack, in the season opener at Georgia … Had five tackles at Troy with a pass break-up … Doubled his existing career high when he posted 12 tackles (11 unassisted) in the Cowboys' win over Texas Tech … Also broke up three passes against the Red Raiders … Credited with six tackles and picked off the first pass of his collegiate career when he intercepted a Rhett Bomar throw in OSU's 39-3 win over Sam Houston State … Made five tackles at Texas A&M … Logged eight tackles, five of which were unassisted, and a pass break-up in OSU's win over Nebraska … Recorded five tackles and broke up a pass as part of OSU's 41-39 win over No. 25 Kansas State … Turned in a six-tackle effort as part of OSU's 45-14 win at Baylor … Had an interception at OU that set up the Cowboys' inside the five and led to an OSU score … Also had four tackles against the Sooners … Had a pass breakup against Indiana.

2006 Season

Started all 13 games at corner and finished seventh on the team with 48 tackles, including 33 solo stops … Tied for second on the team with five pass breakups … Also had a pair of tackles behind the line of scrimmage for five yards in losses … Had six tackles at Kansas State and Texas and five stops against Houston and Texas Tech … Made a tackle for a two-yard loss in Manhattan against the Wildcats … Credited with half-tackles behind the line of scrimmage against Arkansas State and Houston … Had three tackles in the bowl game against Alabama.

2005 Season

Made a significant impact in the secondary as a true freshman, playing in 10 games and starting against Texas Tech … Finished the season with 14 tackles, one behind the line of scrimmage, and a pass deflection in 10 games … Played well on special teams, where he led the squad with seven tackles … Had two tackles in his collegiate debut against Montana State … Best game of the season came in the upset win over Texas Tech with four tackles, including one for a loss, and a pass break up … Had multiple tackles in seven games.

High School

A two-way performer in high school, rushing for 1,200 yards and scoring 14 touchdowns during his senior season … Also had 650 yards passing and one touchdown … First-team all-district and the offensive MVP in District 11-5A in 2004 … In addition to Oklahoma State, Lacey had recruiting interest from Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and Wisconsin.


Born May 28, 1987 … Son of James and Francine Lacey of Garland … Has one brother, James … Majoring in economics at Oklahoma State.


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