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Born: December 25, 1992 – Concord, California
2019: Years as a Lion: 1st Years in CFL: 1st Status: International
Career Games: 2 Playoffs: 0 Grey Cup: 0
Ricky signed as a free agent with the Lions in April of 2018.
2018: Ricky began his first season north of the border on the Lions’ active roster, as he opened the year as the club’s third string quarterback against the Montreal Alouettes on June 16. He dressed again for the Leos against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on September 22, once again serving as the third stringer. Ricky also impressed in the preseason, throwing for three touchdowns in two games.
2012-2013: Ricky began his collegiate career at the University of Southern Mississippi. He saw action in five games as a true freshman with the Eagles, completing 22 of his 44 pass attempts for 277 yards and one touchdown. Ricky opted to transfer after being redshirted as a sophomore.
2014-2016: Ricky decided to accept a scholarship with Minnesota State and the move proved to be beneficial to both sides over the next three seasons. He threw for 3,379 yards with 36 passing touchdowns across 33 career games with the Mavericks. His best season was his first, as Ricky led Minnesota State to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game after tossing for 1,728 yards and 20 touchdowns through 14 games.
Ricky graduated from Minnesota State with a degree in business. His most memorable moment on the football field was appearing in the NCAA Division II National Championship with the Mavericks in 2014. A lover of all things hip-hop, Ricky lists Logic, Drake, Migos and J-Cole as some of his favourite artists. When he isn’t tossing touchdown passes, you’ll find him fishing or hanging out with his family at his home in Concord, CA.