Lacy finished his first season with Alabama with 406 yards rushing on 56 carries, an average of 7.25 yards per carry, and six touchdowns. In his second year, Lacy finished the regular season with 631 rushing yards and seven touchdowns. His average of 7.5 yards per carry ranked sixth among all players in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. In 2012 Lacy became the starting running back after the departure of Trent Richardson to the NFL. Lacy finished the year with 1,322 rushing yards with 17 rushing touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns. He was named the Offensive MVP for the BCS Championship game, winning his third national championship with Alabama.
On January 11, 2013, Eddie Lacy declared for the 2013 NFL Draft. Having been listed as one of the top running back prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Packers in the second round as the 61st overall pick. Lacy had an impressive rookie year finishing the season with 1,178 yards, 257 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns. He set Packer franchise rookie records for most rushing yards and touchdowns in a season. Lacy was awarded AP-Second Team All-Pro, named to the Pro Bowl, and was selected as the 2013 Offensive Rookie of The Year.
In 2014, Eddie Lacy picked up where he left off rushing for 1,139 yards and 13 total touchdowns, becoming just the fifth running back in Packer franchise history to rush for back to back 1,000 yard seasons. Lacy ranks at number 7 in the NFL in total rushing yards of the past two seasons with 2,217 yards and tied for number 3 in rushing touchdowns with 20. Lacy caught a total of 42 passes becoming the fourth running back Packer franchise history to rush for 1,000 yards and have 40 receptions in the same season. Lacy had nine 100-plus yard games from scrimmage at the end of last season which is the longest streak in team history.
I can get through anything, any obstacle, after what I've been through.