Had a solid sophomore season in his first year as a starting corner ... Should be an anchor for the Cowboy defense over the next two seasons.
2006: 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: 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.
Personal: Born May 28, 1987 ... Son of James and Francine Lacey of Garland ... Has one brother, James ... Majoring in economics at Oklahoma State.