One of the Pac-12's best cover corners and a two-year starter ... five career interceptions ... initially signed with Utah as a receiver.
Played in 11 games with 10 starts ... missed the Washington State game with a hamstring injury ... 17 of his 22 total tackles were solo stops ... had three tackles for loss ... led Utah with two interceptions ... also five pass breakups, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble ... fumble recovery for a touchdown vs. UCLA ... season-high five tackles against Colorado ... interception and two pass breakups vs. Cal ... also intercepted a pass against BYU.
Honorable mention all-Pac-12 ... started all 13 games ... finished sixth in the Pac-12 in passes defended with 12 (10 pass breakups, 2 interceptions) and passes defended per game (0.92) ... led Utah and ranked sixth in the league in pass breakups (10) ... 51 tackles (one sack) ... career-high eight tackles against Montana State included a 6-yard sack and two pass breakups ... seven tackles, an interception and a pass breakup against USC ... six tackles, two pass breakups and an interception against Oregon State ... two pass breakups against Washington State ... three kick returns for 69 yards (2 for 51 yards against USC).
Played for the scout teams.
Played in 13 games, seeing time on special teams and at cornerback ... seven tackles ... two tackles, an interception and a pass breakup against New Mexico ... two tackles against TCU.
Medical redshirt had surgery on both shoulders in the preseason.
All-Sierra League and all-area in 2006 and 2007 ... Oakmont High (Calif.) two-time team MVP (2006-07) ... team captain ... scored 15 touchdowns in 2007 ... rushed for 1,239 yards, had 367 receiving yards and 1,922 all-purpose yards in 2007 ... also rushed for over 1,000 yards as a junior ... lettered all four years in football and track ... placed eighth in the state of California in the 100 meters.
Son of Charles Lacy and Evelyn Winrow ... one brother and three sisters ... sociology major ... full name is Ryan Dexter Lacy ... born Sept. 5, 1990 in Oklahoma City.