2017 NFL Draft

Drew Alleman, K

School: LSU  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Lafayette, LA
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 188 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
Career Notes
Two-year starter at placekicker for the Tigers ... Finished his career by connecting on 37-of-47 (.787) field goals and 106-of-107 point-after touchdowns ... Ranks No. 5 in school history for career field goal percentage at .787, tied for No. 5 in field goals made (37), and No. 8 in field goal attempts (47) ... Only player in LSU history to score 100 points in back-to-back seasons with 110 in 2011 and 107 in 2012 ... Third in school history for field goals in a season with 21 in 2012 and field goal attempts with 29 in 2012 ... Ranks second in LSU history in consecutive PATs with 106, just three shy of tying the mark of 109 held by David Browndyke (1986-89) ... Invited to participate in the Raycom All-Star College Football Classic following his senior season ... Two-time second team All-SEC selection in 2011 and 2012 ... Named permanent team captain following the 2012 regular season.
2012 Season
One of the best placekickers in the nation who is the starter for the second straight season ... Scored over 100 points for second straight year with a team-high 107 ... Named a permanent team captain for the 2012 season in a vote by his teammates ... Converted 21-of-29 field goals and all 44 of his point-after attempts in helping LSU to a 10-3 overall mark ... The 21 field goals and 29 field goal attempts rank as the third-highest total in LSU single-season history ... Kicked career-long field goal of 49 yards in win over Arkansas ... Finished year by making five straight and eight of last nine field goals ... Kicked at least one field goal in 12 of LSU's 13 games ... Only game in which he didn't make (or attempt) a field goal came in win over Idaho in week 3 ... Ranked No. 2 in SEC in field goals and led the league in field goal attempts ... Matched his career high with four field goal attempts against South Carolina and made three (23, 20, 22), missing from 32 ... Hit both field goal attempts at Florida from 31 and 21 yards ... Had a string of 11 straight field goals made snapped when he missed from 34 yards in the second quarter against North Texas in the season opener ... For year, kicked at least two field goals in seven of LSU's 13 games with a season-high of three in win over South Carolina.
2011 Season
Ranked first in the SEC and second nationally in field goal percentage at .889 (16-of-18) ... Ranked fourth in the SEC in scoring with 110 points, the fourth-largest total in LSU single season history ... Had long field goal of 44 yards vs. Oregon in the season-opener ... Connected on 62-of-63 point-after attempts with only miss coming following a bobbled snap on his first attempt of the year against Oregon ... Earned honorable mention All-America recognition by Sports Illustrated as well as second-team All-SEC honors by the Associated Press and the SEC Coaches ... Closed season by making 10 consecutive field goals, a streak that dates back to the Florida game ... Last missed field goal came on a 30-yard attempt vs. West Virginia ... Earned Lou Groza Star of the Week recognition after he nailed all three of his field goal attempts, including the game-winning 25-yarder in overtime, at Alabama ... Named one of three Lou Groza Stars of the Week nationally after an outstanding game against Mississippi State as he finished a perfect 4-for-4 on field goals (21, 42, 41, 29) and was 1-for-1 on extra points ... The four field goals at Mississippi State ranked as the second-most field goals in a game in school history ... Took over the position as placekicker in 2011 after the departure of All-America Josh Jasper ... Handled kickoff duties early in the season and produced a 55.8 average on 13 kickoffs.
2010 Season
A preferred walk-on who served as the backup placekicker to Josh Jasper but also handled kickoff duties ... Saw action in two games ... Had seven kickoffs for 444 yards and a 63.4-yard average ... Called upon to kickoff four times versus ULM for 248 yards and a 62.0 average ... Had three kickoffs against McNeese State for 195 yards and a 65.0 average.
2009 Season
Backup at both punter and placekicker for the Tigers ... Played against Tulane in place of an injured Derek Helton ... Punted twice vs. Green Wave for a 25.5 average ... Had a long punt of 33 yard while one of his two punts was downed inside the 20-yard line.
2008 Season
Redshirted as a true freshman in 2008.
High School
The top prep kicker in Louisiana and one of the best in the nation in 2007 ... Played on the 5A state championship team in 2006 ... Kicked a 32-yard field goal as time expired to lead Acadiana past Sulphur, 13-10, in the 5A state title game in the Louisiana Superdome in December of 2006 ... Was a member of 5A state runner-up teams in 2005 and 2007 ... In three years as the starting kicker at Acadiana, his teams combined to post a 36-8 overall mark ... Earned first-team 5A all-state honors in 2007 ... As a senior, booted 56-of-61 kickoffs into the endzone, converted 6-of-9 field goals and was 61-of-63 on PATs ... Also averaged 42 yards on 11 punts ... Also a standout soccer player in high school.
Full name is Drew Michael Alleman ... Born April 18, 1990, in Lafayette, La. ... Parents are Kim and Cheryl Alleman ... Has one brother, Ryan ... Graduated in December of 2011 with a degree in sports administration.

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