Player Bio

Ryan Groy
G #79
Height:
6-5
Weight:
320
Age:
24
College:
Wisconsin
Experience:
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 4 3
2014 CHI 4 3
Recent Games
WKOppResult
11 MIN W 21-13
12 TB W 21-13
13 @DET L 17-34
14 DAL L 28-41
15 NO L 15-31
16 DET L 14-20
17 @MIN L 9-13

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Biography

Set school record by playing in 54 games, never missing a game in four-year career... Started 33 games... Recorded starts at left tackle, left guard, center and fullback... His four seasons rank as top four for total offense in school history: 2011 (6,578 yards), 2013 (6,251), 2010 (5,787) and 2012 (5,506)…
Set school record by playing in 54 games, never missing a game in four-year career... Started 33 games... Recorded starts at left tackle, left guard, center and fullback... His four seasons rank as top four for total offense in school history: 2011 (6,578 yards), 2013 (6,251), 2010 (5,787) and 2012 (5,506)… As a senior, earned fourth letter, starting all 13 games en route to being named third-team All-America (Associated Press), first-team All-Big Ten (coaches), second-team All-Big Ten (media)... Started at left guard in all 13 games... Anchored offensive line that paved way for single-season school records in total offense (480.8 yards per game), rushing yards (3,689) and average yards per rushing attempt (6.62)… Was named to the preseason Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award watch lists… Earned third letter and was named Second-team All-Big Ten (coaches), honorable mention All-Big Ten (media), and Academic All-Big Ten following his junior campaign… Started all 14 games, with 11 starts at left guard, including first 7 games and final 5 games… Earned second letter and was featured on the Academic All-Big Ten team as a sophomore... Played in all 14 games with 4 starts… Earned first letter as a redshirt freshman... Played in all 13 games with 2 starts… Redshirted as a true freshman… Was named UW’s offensive scout team player of the week for the Michigan State game… Ranked as the No. 38 OG in the nation and the third-best player in the state by Rivals.com out of Middleton High School... Rated as the No. 34 player in the Midwest by SuperPrep... First-team all-state (A.P. and WFCA) as a senior... Wisconsin State Journal Player of the Year... First-team all-area, all-region and all-conference...Tteam captain... 150 pancakes and only allowed 2 sacks...Honorable-mention all-area as a junior... First-team all-region and all-conference... 87 pancakes and didn’t allow a sack as a junior... Honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore... 38 pancakes and didn’t allow a sack... Three-year letterwinner.

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Recent Videos

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    Posted Jun 19, 2014

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