Kent State: Ran eight times for 58 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown run ... averaged 7.25 yards per carry ... caught three passes for 76 yards with a long of 48.
Penn State: Averaged 7.73 yards per carry on 11 totes vs. the No. 23 Nittany Lions for 85 yards in the 27-11 victory ... caught one pass for six yards.
North Texas: Recorded his second career 100-yard rushing game with a career-best 161 yards on nine carries for an impressive 17.89 yards per carry ... broke free for runs of 67, 43 and 35 yards with the 67- and 43-yard runs going for touchdowns.
Arkansas: Equaled his career high with 13 carries ... rushed for 61 yards and one touchdown ... converted two first downs on the ground ... caught one pass for four yards in the Tide's 38-14 win.
Florida: Saw limited action with a foot injury ... carried the ball five times vs. the Gators for 32 yards and a touchdown ... long carry was 20 yards in the Tide win.
Vanderbilt: Missed the game against the Commodores to rest an injured foot.
Mississippi: Returned to the field but only got five carries in the Crimson Tide's big win ... ran for 22 yards with a long rush of 15 yards. Tennessee: Rushed seven times for 46 yards with a long of 19 yards ... had two carries for first downs ... also caught two passes for 14 yards with one first down.
LSU: Carried the ball five times for 19 yards ... long rush was a 20-yard burst for a first down ... also caught one pass for 11 yards.
Mississippi State: One of the Alabama Offensive Players of the Week following his 96-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Bulldogs ... converted three first downs and had three runs of more than 12 yards ... had touchdown runs of two and 32 yards ... averaged 8.7 yards per carry.
Georgia Southern: Ran six times for 45 yards for 7.5 yards per carry ... caught one pass for 13 yards ... had two explosive runs of 12 yards or more ... converted two first downs rushing and one receiving.
Auburn: Rushed four times for six yards ... caught one pass for four yards.
San Jose State: In his first career game he rushed the ball 13 times for 111 yards and added two touchdowns ... caught one pass for three yards ... tallied one tackle on special teams. Penn State: Carried the ball six times for 21 yards.
Duke: Rushed the ball seven times for 52 yards and scored a touchdown ... caught one pass for 15 yards ... assisted on one tackle on special teams.
Arkansas: Played on special teams but did not record any statistics. Florida: Came off the bench and tallied 20 yards on four carries with a long run of eight yards.
Mississippi: Assisted on a tackle on kickoff coverage.
Mississippi State: Was named one of the Special Teams Players of the Week by the coaching staff ... came off the bench to rush the ball eight times for 35 yards with a long run of 15 yards ... registered one tackle on special teams.
Georgia State: Carried the ball 13 times for 81 yards and added a touchdown ... scored his touchdown in the second quarter on a three-yard run.
Michigan State: Averaged 17.2 yards per carry and scored two touchdowns in a commanding 49-7 victory in the Capital One Bowl ... finished with 86 yards on five carries, including touchdowns runs of 62 and 12 yards.
SuperPrep All-American and the publications No. 28 running back ... a four-star recruit according to both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... an All-American by Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report ... garnered first-team 5A All-State honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... No. 54 on The Mobile Press-Register's Super Southeast 120 ... member of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100.
Played only seven games during his senior year due to injuries, but still managed 1,046 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns ... earned LSWA 5A All-State honors after rushing for 1,800 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior in 2007 ... rushed for 1,207 yards and 19 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2006 ... coached by Benny Saia ... chose Alabama over Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State and LSU.
The 5-11, 230-pounder clocked 4.58 and 4.62 in the 40-yard dash and had a "disappointing" positional workout at his April 11 pro day, former NFL scout Bucky Brooks said, adding Lacy appeared "out of shape." Lacy found it tough to hear those things. "People [were] saying ???he's not in shape' or ???he's not fast,' but in reality it's due to a lack of time," Lacy said. "It's something you can't really worry about. You know what you are capable of when you're 100 percent and the guys doubting you on the next level know as well. I don't think it should be said or anything like that, but there is nothing you can do about it."
CBSSports.com draft expert Rob Rang said Lacy's subpar pro day could hurt him in the draft, "but he's much more impressive on the field than off it. He has a unique combination of vision, balance and burst. If a running back is selected in the first round, it will be Lacy." - Larry Hartstein, CBSSports.com