Events: 100 Meters (10.41/10.26w), 200 Meters (20.98)
PRIOR TO LSU
One of the elite high school sprinters in the United States for the Class of 2013 … Signed with the Tigers with wind-legal personal records of 10.41 in the 100-meter dash and 20.98 in the 200-meter dash set during his junior season at De Soto High School in 2012 … Also posted a career-best wind-aided time of 10.26 in the 100 meters … Clocked his PR of 10.41 in a bronze-medal-winning third-place finish in the 100-meter final at the 2012 University Interscholastic League Class 5A State Championships held at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin to wrap up his junior season … Was the nation’s No. 11-ranked sprinter among all high school classifications and No. 5-ranked performer among members of the Class of 2013 in the final 100-meter rankings for the 2012 outdoor season … Was the No. 4-ranked 100-meter sprinter worldwide under the age of 18 while running his best of 10.41 as a 17-year-old … Ran his fastest wind-aided time of the season at 10.26 (+2.4) in a runner-up finish in the 100-meter final at the 2012 Great Southwest Classic in Albuquerque, N.M. … Also ran the leadoff leg on a high school all-star 4x100-meter relay that won the event title at the Great Southwest Classic as he teamed with Trae Armstrong, Arman Hall and Abraham Hall to run 39.39 … Raced to a wind-legal PR of 20.98 (-0.9) in the 200 meters to win the event title at the Arizona Sprint Showcase at Chandler High School in Chandler, Ariz., held on June 22-23 following the high school season in 2012 … Was the nation’s No. 17-ranked sprinter among all high school classes and No. 8-ranked performer among members of the Class of 2013 in the final 200-meter rankings for the 2012 outdoor season by running a PR of 20.98 … Also took second place in the boy’s 100-meter final at the 2012 Arizona Sprint Showcase with a run of 10.59 into a very strong headwind of -1.7 meters per second … Crowned the District 11-5A (10.35, NWI) and Region 2-5A (10.55w) champion in the 100 meters en route to winning a Class 5A bronze medal in his first state championship appearance for De Soto High School … Posted a wind-legal 10.42 (+1.9) in the qualifying round at the regional meet in 2012 … Invited to race against the nation’s top high school sprinters in the boy’s Dream 100 at the 2012 adidas Grand Prix in New York as part of the IAAF Diamond League series … Has run on the fastest high school relay teams in the United States during his prep career … Led De Soto High School to the UIL Class 5A state championship in the 4x100 relay and state silver medal in the 4x200 relay in 2012 as the third leg on both state finalists … Helped his team capture the state crown in the 4x100 relay with the fastest time in the country by a high school team at 40.09 … Was also a member of the top 4x200-meter relay team in the country as he ran the third leg for De Soto High School in winning the Division II crown during the 2012 Texas Relays with the nation’s fastest time at 1:24.04 … Time of 1:24.04 set a Mike A. Myers Stadium record and Texas Relays record for a high school relay team … Ran for De Soto in sweeping District 11-5A and Region 2-5A titles in both the 4x100 and 4x200 relays during the 2012 season … Proved to be a growing talent as a high school sophomore with an appearance at the 2011 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships held in Wichita, Kan., following the prep season … A gold medalist in the intermediate boy’s 4x100 relay while leading off De Soto’s winning team at the 2011 USATF National Junior Olympics … Was also a finalist in both the 100 meters and 200 meters in the intermediate boy’s division during the meet.
Full name is Tremayne Donyell Acy … Born on Jan. 21, 1995 … Parents are Tremayne, Sr. and Tomekia Acy … Has one brother, Ladarrion, and one sister, Janiya … Cousin, Quincy Acy, is a member of the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association and a former college star at Baylor University … Has maintained a 3.0 grade-point average during his prep career at DeSoto High School … Plans to major in sport management at LSU.