2013: Named to the MVFC All-Academic Team after picking up a spot on the All-MVFC Second Team ... Three-time selection to the MVFC All-Academic Team. Returned from missing the entire 2012 campaign by playing and starting in all 12 games for the Sycamores at the center position along the offensive line ... The Sycamore offense averaged over 20 points per game in 2013 ... Signed a free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts in June.
2012: Sat out the season as a redshirt after suffering a knee injury in the spring game.
2011: Named First Team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference as well as First Team MVFC All-Academic ... Started all 11 games at center ... Spearheaded the ISU rushing attack that averaged 181.9 yards per game on the ground ... Led Indiana State to a league-leading 5.3 yards per carry for the season.
2010: Honorable Mention selection on the All-Missouri Valley Football Conference Academic squad ... Played and started all 11 games for the Sycamores at the center position. He was an anchor of the Sycamore offense which averaged 193.45 rushing yards per game, ranked fifth in the league and was 22nd in nation. The ISU offense gained 411.82 yards per game, fourth in the league and 17th nationally and the =eam broke a school record by scoring 351 points, averaging 31.91 points per game, which was second in the MVFC and 15th nationally. The Sycamore offensive line allowed just 1.45 quarterback sacks per game, third in the league and 33rd in FCS football.
2009: Played in 10 contests for the Sycamores, earning his first career start at the left guard position against Louisville ... Made three consecutive starts at left guard versus Louis, Eastern Illinois and South Dakota State ... Returned to the starting line-up at center for the final final five games of the regular season, beginning at Illinois State ... Was the starting center at Illinois State, Western Illinois, Southern Illinois, at Missouri State and North Dakota State.
High School: Lettered for three seasons in football plus one year in wrestling ... Named All-State as a senior ... Was an all-area honorable mention selection as a junior ... Named all-area first team in 2008 ... A two-time all-conference first team selection ... Earned his team’s Most Valuable Lineman Award as a senior .... Team Sportsmanship Award ... HCC Sportsmanship Award ... Posted his team’s highest blocking average in both 2007 and 2008 .... Coached by Jeremy Flowers.
Personal: Born FN Lutz III on May 24, 1991 to FN Jr., and Bonnie Lutz in Lafayette, Ind. ... Majoring in Criminal Justice ... Named the Indiana State Fair Woodworker of the Year twice, plus five honorable mentions.
|Hometown:||West Lafayette, Ind.|
|High School:||Lafayette Harrison HS|