"Just coming out here and showing the state what we can do," Lacy said of his team's undefeated start. "Everybody thought we lost everything, but we are just showing everybody that we still got it."
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound wide receiver has been a deep field threat for the Eagles thus far, hauling in 10 passes for 183 yards and two scores (18.3 YPC).
"I feel like I got more confident in catching the ball, getting open and making great plays," Lacy said of his progression as a player.
Lacy racked up a number of offers, but felt like Oklahoma State was the best fit for his talents.
"I cannot wait to get up there and be a part of the family," Lacy answered.
"They saw me as a receiver that they can get the ball to and make big plays. Obviously, Oklahoma State is a program that likes to throw the ball and they will use me in that offense."
"I am going up there on our bye week (10/4) on an unofficial visit," Lacy finished.
Lacy has made his commitment and seems pretty set on attending school in Stillwater, but college teams have not yet thrown in the towel.
They are going to try to get him to change his mind until he signs.
"There are still teams calling my phone almost every day," Lacy laughed. "Arizona State has called and I think Missouri has called. They usually talk to me when I am doing some homework or something, so I do not talk to them."
Lacy is rated as the No. 75 wide receiver nationally, a Scout.com three-star prospect.