Kicker Cole Tracy NFL Draft Profile - LSU

Cole Tracy is the most accurate kicker in NCAA history, how will he fair in the NFL?

Cole Tracy
Class Year: RS Senior
Height - 5'11" Weight - 183 lbs
Twitter: @cole__tracy


Tracy had a great first, last and only season with LSU. He made 29 of 33 kicks, all but one of those misses came from outside of 50 yards. His longest was 54. Also, he did miss an extra point all season.

During his time as a Tiger, he nailed some clutch field goals to help his team, win games.

Before joining the Tigers, Tracy played for division 2 school Assumption College for three years. He was 27 from 29 during 2017 and was awarded the best kicker in division 2 that year.

At Assumption College, he would play in front of no more than 1,200 fans. Since he transferred to LSU, he would play in front of over 100,000.

He doesn’t have the strongest leg, but his accuracy is off the chain.

He has 97 career field goals and his 502 total points are the most by a kicker in NCAA history.


Not a strong leg, LSU needed someone else to kick off for him.


Related image

Tracy and his LSU teammates go crazy after he nails a 42-yard FG to get the win over Auburn

Pro Comparison:

Stephen Gostkowski

Overall Review:

You cannot overlook this guy. He would suit any NFL team for a long time.

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