• Eddie Lacy (RB) #27

    Eddie Lacy
    ADP:Round: 8, Pick: 4
    Ht / Wt:5'11" / 230 lb.
    Born:January 1, 1991
    Drafted:2013 / Rd. 2 (61)
    Draft Team:GB


    Average Draft Position (ADP) Value

    September 23, 2017

    Eddie Lacy's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football drafts. In recent drafts, Lacy's current ADP is 8.04, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 4th pick of the 8th round, and 87th selection overall.

    Data from fantasy football 12-team standard scoring average draft position data, based off of the latest fantasy football mock drafts.


    2016 Season Stats

    Ru Att Ru Yds Ru TD Rec Rec Yds Rec TD
    71 360 0 4 28 0

    Recent drafts with Eddie Lacy:

    Draft #DateFormatLacy's Draft Pick
    4404611 9/23/2017 Standard 96th
    4403385 9/22/2017 Standard 99th
    4403177 9/22/2017 Standard 101st
    4402338 9/21/2017 Standard 97th
    4401893 9/21/2017 Standard 102nd
    4401230 9/21/2017 Standard 92nd

    Players drafted after Eddie Lacy:

    Cam Newton QB CAR 8.04
    Eric Decker WR TEN 8.04
    Thomas Rawls RB SEA 8.05
    Kyle Rudolph TE MIN 8.06
    Harrison Butker PK CAR 8.09
    Jeremy Maclin WR BAL 8.10
    Andrew Luck QB IND 8.10
    Jonathan Stewart RB CAR 8.11
    Zach Ertz TE PHI 8.11
    Joe Adams WR CAR 8.11
    Randall Cobb WR GB 8.11
    Jacquizz Rodgers RB TB 8.12
    Washington Defense DEF WAS 9.01
    Tyrell Williams WR LAC 9.01
    Jerell Adams TE NYG 9.04

    Injury History and Status

    Official reported injury data for Eddie Lacy.

    NFL Season NFL Week Injury Status
    2016 1 Ankle Out
    2016 5 Ankle Questionable
    2016 6 Ankle Questionable
    2016 7 Ankle Out
    2016 8 Ankle Out
    2016 9 Ankle Out
    2016 10 Ankle Out
    2016 11 Ankle Out
    2016 12 Ankle Out
    2016 13 Ankle Out
    2016 14 Ankle Out
    2016 15 Ankle Out
    2016 16 Ankle Out
    2016 17 Ankle Out

    Eddie Lacy Biography

    On June 2, 1990, Eddie Darwin Lacy was born. Tragedy struck in 2005 when Lacy and his parents Wanda and Eddie Sr. saw his their home in Gretna, La., destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. At that time, the family became displaced and moved to Texas briefly before they returned to Geismar, La., where he graduated from Dutchtown, high school, one of the most highly recruited RBs in the state of Louisiana. 

    Weight: 234 lbs

    Height: 5′ 11″

    40 time: 4.64 seconds

    Vertical jump: 32.5-inch, broad jump: 9-7

    NFL Combine Results

    Lacy did attend the NFL combine in 2013. His performance was unremarkable, which may have contributed to his drop in the NFL draft. He put up 4.55 second 40, did not jump and reportedly scored a 17 on the Wonderlic.

    Eddie Lacy NFL Career Highlights

    On May 30, 2013, after being selected 61st overall in the draft, he signed with Green Bay. He had four 100+ yds, passing the 1000-yd season mark running for 141 yds and scoring a touchdown against Dallas. 

    Lacy finished his rookie season impressively. He ran for 1,178 yds, and he scored 11 touchdowns. He received for 257 yds. That year, he set records his rookie year for the most yards rushing and most touchdowns in a single season. Lacy was named to the AP 2nd Team All Pro and was also named to the Pro Bowl. Concluding the 2013 season, Eddie Lacy was selected as Rookie of The Year (offense). 

    In the 2014 season opener, Lacy had 12 carries for 34 yds and three receptions for 11 yds. It wasn’t until the fifth game that Lacy had his first 100+ yd game, where he had 13 carries for 105 yds and two touchdowns seeing the Packers to a shutout victory.  Even after a slow start, Lacy finished the season high with nine rushing TDs and 1,139 yds rushing. He averaged 4.6 yds per carrying. 

    2015, began and ended with injuries. First Lacy left week two’s game with an injury to his ankle. Even though the injury was considered mild, he did not immediately return to play. That was followed by an injury to his groin, in week nine. Lacy was declared inactive for the next week. On December 2, 2015, after missing the team curfew and he was named inactive for the final game of the season. 

    2016 season

    Lacy has been on injured reserve status since October, but is expected to be healthy by the preseason 2017. 


    In 2013, Eddie Lacy signed a $3,392,412 4-year contract with Green Bay. This included a $847,208 signing bonus with $1,040,208 guaranteed. His average annual salary was $848,103.

    Current Contract Status

    As of 2017, Lacy is listed as an unrestricted free agent. Coming off a season on the injured reserves doesn’t help. However, experts predict he will be offered a re-up with the Packers. 

     You can reach Eddie Lacy on Twitter @Lil_Eazy_Ana_42

    College Playing Career

    Lacy started off his career at Alabama with a redshirt. The following year in 2010, Lacy took 56 carries for 406 yards and scored six touchdowns. He was an important part of Alabama’s special team kickoff coverage unit. 

    Behind Trent Richardson, his sophomore year, Lacy carried the ball a total of 95 times, running for 674 yards and scoring seven touchdowns.

    Finally, in 2012, Lacy had his shot playing starting running back for Alabama and made the best of this opportunity. Over 14 games, Lacy had 204 carries, ran for1,322 yds, and scored 17 touchdowns. He extended his position and caught 22 passes for a total of 189 yards and scored two touchdowns. His senior year, Lacy had 26 runs that were at least 12 yards. His performance that year was spectacular, earning him a first-team All-SEC selection.

    Playing three years at the University of Alabama under legendary coach Nick Saban, he played in and won three BCS National Championships

    High school Career

    Eddie Lacy started playing as a freshman, at Helen Cox High School in Harvey, La. He was forced to transfer after Hurricane Katrina and played his final three years at Dutchtown High School in Geismar, LA. He lettered each of the four years he played. 

    Coming out of high school, Lacy was a four-star recruit. Ultimately, he chose Alabama. However, he was recruited heavily by LSU, Oklahoma, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and Tennessee. Eddie played seven games during his senior year due to injuries, but even so, racked up 1,046 yards rushing and 17 TDs, earning Louisiana’s 5A All-State honors.


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