Height:​​  6050

Weight:  220 lbs.

DOB:  April 3, 1994

Hometown:  Maple Glen, PA
Airport:  Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)
​​Ryan performed like a 12th member of Pitt's defense, controlling the field position with his booming punts his senior year at Pitt. He was selected first team All-ACC by league coaches, the Associated Press and Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and named a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation William V. Campbell Trophy, recognizing an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation.

Below is a season-by-season breakdown of Ryan's performance throughout his Panthers career for your review.
  • 4 year starter
  • 226 punts for a 42.1 gross / 38.0 net
  • 70 inside the 20
  • Only 7.5 % of punts were TBs
  • Served as Pitt's holder for all four seasons

  • First team All-ACC
  • Academic All-ACC
  • Averaged a career-best 44.5 yards on 57 punts for the season
  • 16 punts inside the 20
  • ACC Specialist of the Week
  • 2017 semifinalist for the prestigious Campbell Award, recognizing an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation
  • Averaged 42.6 yards on 56 punts
  • 12 punts inside the 20

  • Averaged 41.1 yards on 63 punts
  • 21 punts inside the 20

  • Averaged 40.1 yards on 50 punts
  • ACC All-Academic Football Team
  • 21 punts inside the 20
  • ​ACC Specialist of the Week

  • Redshirted

LaSalle College HIGH SCHOOL (Glenside, PA) HIGHLIGHTS
  • First team All-Eastern PA Football, Big School Team
  • Philadelphia Daily News All-City
  • All-Catholic League
  • Also served as a placekicker and kickoff specialist for La Salle, totaling 72 points as a placekicker, converting 6 FG and was 54-of-57 on PAT (.947)
  • 65% of his kickoffs went for TB
  • Selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic (Pennsylvania vs. Maryland)
  • Was a three-year letterman and two-year starter at center for the Explorers' basketball team

  • Earned degree in Finance at Pitt, graduating Magna Cum Laude
  • Ryan's father, George, was the first scholarship punter at Wisconsin. George finished his collegiate career at Villanova and went on to punt in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns (1987) and New Orleans Saints (1989)
  • Ryan and his father were both named to the Philadelphia Daily News 35-Year All-City Team