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Giants select RB Tyrone Tracy Jr. with 166th pick in 2024 NFL Draft 




  • Second Team All-Big Ten (AP)
  • Third Team All-Big Ten – Return Specialist (Coaches), Honorable Mention (Media)
  • All-Big Ten Honorable Mention – Running Back (Coaches, Media)
  • Averaged 6.3 yards per carry (113 attempts), the second-best single-season rushing average in school history, leading the Big Ten and ranking 14th in the nation
  • Tallied 1,270 all-purpose yards, including 408 kick return yards, to rank second in the conference in both categories; his 127.4 all-purpose yards in conference games led the Big Ten
  • Led the team in total touchdowns with nine (eight rushing, one kickoff return)
  • Recorded 716 yards on the ground and produced a team-high three 100-yard games
  • Ran for 624 yards in conference games, ranking sixth in the Big Ten
  • Had the biggest game of his career at Northwestern, recording 276 all-purpose yards for the most by a Boilermaker since Rondale Moore (2019), which included a career-high 160 rushing yards on 10 carries
  • Rushed for 122 yards and 112 yards in wins over Minnesota and Illinois, respectively
  • Finished with the 11th-best kickoff return average in Purdue history and the highest since Akeem Hunt in 2013 (26.1)
  • In the season opener, took the opening second half kickoff 98 yards to the end zone for his first career kickoff return touchdown, Purdue’s first kickoff return TD since 2013
  • Became one of only three Big Ten players to return a kickoff for a touchdown throughout the season
  • Appeared in 11 games, starting nine
  • Named Academic All-Big Ten


  • Appeared in all 14 games with five starts
  • Caught 28 passes for 198 yards and ran for 138 yards on 17 carries
  • Finished the season with 356 total yards averaging 25.4 all-purpose yards per game
  • Averaged 7.1 yards per catch and 8.1 yards per carry
  • Brought in two receptions for 17 yards in Purdue debut against Penn State (Sept. 1)
  • Logged a season-high 71 all-purpose yards against Indiana State (Sept. 10)
  • Tallied three receptions for 48 yards, including season-long 32-yard reception at Maryland (Oct. 8)
  • Rushed for 32 yards on three carries in a game against Northwestern (Nov. 19)
  • Had a season-long 20-yard carry in the Big Ten Championship Game against Michigan (Dec. 3)
  • Caught two passes for 13 yards and ran for 26 yards on four carries in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl against LSU (Jan. 2)

2021 / AS A SENIOR (at Iowa)

  • Played in 13 games in his final season with the Hawkeyes making 15 catches for 106 yards and one touchdown
  • Made 15 catches for 106 yards and one touchdown
  • Carried the ball seven times for 33 yards, averaging 4.7 yards per carry

2020 / AS A JUNIOR (at Iowa)

  • Saw action in all eight games, with four starts
  • 14 receptions for 154 yards and one touchdown, with two rushing attempts for 22 yards
  • Saw action in 24-20 loss at Purdue as offense gained 460 yards total offense, two receptions for 19 yards at Purdue, with a long of 15 yards
  • Saw action in 21-20 loss to Northwestern, two receptions for 33 yards vs. Northwestern, with a long of 33 yards
  • One of three wide receivers in starting line-up in 49-7 win over Michigan State as offense rushed for 226 yards and gained 405 yards total offense, four receptions for 38 yards vs. MSU, with a long of 24 yards
  • Started at wide receiver in 35-7 win at Minnesota as offense rushed for 235 yards, three receptions for 36 yards at Minnesota, with a long of 18 yards
  • Saw action in 41-21 win at Penn State as offense gained 175 net rushing yards, two receptions for 22 yards at PSU, with a long of 12 yards, one rushing attempt for one yard at PSU
  • Saw action in 26-20 win over Nebraska, one reception for six yards vs. Nebraska resulted in first touchdown reception of the season
  • Started at wide receiver in 35-21 win at Illinois as offense gained 242 yards total offense, one rushing attempt for 21 yards at Illinois
  • Saw action in 28-7 win over #25 Wisconsin, but had no statistics

2019 / AS A SOPHOMORE (at Iowa)

  • Saw action in all 13 games, with eight starts
  • Recorded 36 receptions for 589 yards and three touchdowns, while also rushing six times for 39 yards and one touchdown
  • Saw action in 38-14 win over Miami as offense gained 213 net rushing yards and 465 yards total offense, one reception for 22 yards vs. Miami
  • Started as one of three wide receivers in 30-0 win over Rutgers as offense gained 438 yards total offense, three receptions for 42 yards and one touchdown vs. Rutgers, a seven-yard reception for first career touchdown, also gained nine yards on only rushing attempt
  • Saw action in 18-17 win at Iowa State, recording one reception for 15 yards
  • Saw action in 48-3 win over Middle Tennessee State as offense gained 644 yards total offense, career-best 85 receiving yards vs. MTSU on three receptions, with a long of 33 yards
  • Started at wide receiver in 10-3 loss at #18 Michigan, career-high four receptions for 26 yards at Michigan, with a long of 15 yards
  • Saw action in 17-12 loss to #9 Penn State, but had no statistics
  • Saw action in 26-20 win over Purdue. three receptions for 21 yards vs. Purdue, with a long of 21 yards, also had one rushing attempt for five yards vs. Purdue
  • Started at wide receiver in 20-0 win at Northwestern, two receptions for 88 yards at Northwestern, including a 50-yard catch and run for a touchdown in the opening quarter
  • Started at wide receiver in 24-22 loss at #16 Wisconsin, career-bests with five receptions for 130 yards at Wisconsin, including career-best 75-yard reception
  • 75-yard catch and run for a touchdown with 3:12 remaining in the game pulled Iowa to within 24-22
  • Started at wide receiver in 23-19 win over #7 Minnesota, career-high six receptions for 77 yards vs. Minnesota, with a long of 27 yards, also had one rushing attempt for 11 yards
  • Started at wide receiver in 19-10 win over Illinois as offense gained 387 yards total offense, matched career-high with six receptions for 56 yards vs. Illinois
  • Started at wide receiver in 27-24 win at Nebraska, two receptions for 20 yards at Nebraska
  • Started at wide receiver in 49-24 Holiday Bowl win over #22 USC, one rushing attempt for 23-yard touchdown to cap Iowa’s opening drive vs. USC

2018 / AS A FRESHMAN (at Iowa)

  • Saw first action of career in 38-14 win over Northern Iowa, recording one reception for 22 yards as offense gained 545 yards total offense
  • Saw action in 38-36 loss at Purdue, but had no statistics
  • Saw action in 14-10 loss to Northwestern, with one rushing attempt for -1 yard
  • Saw action in 27-22 Outback Bowl win over #18 Mississippi State, but had no statistics
  • Gatorade Player of the Year in Indiana
  • Earned Offensive Player of the Year honors as a sophomore and senior
  • Named to Indiana Football Digest Top 25 and Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) Top 50
  • First-team all-county, all-midstate, and all-state for three straight years
  • First-team all-midstate and all-county as a freshman
  • Career — Four-year football letterman as running back, wide receiver, and defensive back
  • Helped prep team post four-year record of 35-8
  • Holds school records for receiving yards in a season (1,132) and career (2,643), becoming first player at Decatur Central with over 1,000 yards in a season
  • Holds school records for receiving touchdowns in a season (16) and career (33), as well as total offensive touchdowns (70), total touchdowns (72), total points (444) and yards per rushing attempt in a season (11.5) and career (8.7)
  • As a senior rushed for 1,412 yards and 13 touchdowns, to go with 54 receptions for 1,132 yards and 17 touchdowns
  • Also had 135 yards on kickoff returns
  • As a junior recorded 40 receptions for 651 yards and nine touchdowns, while rushing for 296 yards and four touchdowns and recording 83 yards on kickoff returns
  • As a sophomore rushed for 1,239 yards and 11 touchdowns, with 27 receptions for 680 yards and seven touchdowns
  • 336 kick return yards as a sophomore
  • Rushed for 578 yards and nine touchdowns as a freshman, with 13 receptions for 180 yards and one touchdown, along with 202 kickoff return yards
  • Team captain for three straight years
  • Also earned four letters in basketball and three in track as sprinter and long jumper
  • Parent(s): Laverna and Tyrone Tracy, Sr.
  • Birthdate: Nov. 23, 1999
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