Former Syracuse football player plays an important role in Madden 22

Former Syracuse defender Keon Lyn played an important role in Madden 22. No, not as a player, but as a voice acting for an actor. Lyn is the voice of Carter Landry, a senior mentor/teammate of Mut 22 coins a franchise team controlled by the individual who plays the game. This is part of the franchise model where you can complete an amateur career before your player is selected into the NFL. You can then control that player in various ways throughout his NFL career, including off-court selection.


One of the ways Carter Landry works is "side events." Landry will appear here as a senior player, he can provide you with advice, listen to your demands, and so on. Lyn is the voice of Landry, allowing Syracuse fans to establish an interesting connection with the game.


How did Lyn get this role? He started acting before COVID and continued to seek opportunities in the pandemic. With his football background, he is a match made in heaven. Lin participated in the audition for this role and was selected as the voice of Catlandry.


Lyn signed with Syracuse or Miramar High School in Florida as part of Orange's 2010 curriculum. He played for Orange from 2010 to 2013 and competed every season. Especially in the past three years, Lynn has been a frequent visitor to the defensive backcourt, and it was not until his lower body was injured that he derailed five games in the senior season. He ended his college career with 89 steals, including 5 losses, 1 sack, 3 interceptions and a defensive touchdown.


During Syracuse (2010 Pinstripe, 2012 Pinstripe, 2013 Texas), he was a member of the three bowl teams.


After playing for Syracuse, Lynn was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He did not make the list, but there are more NFL opportunities with the New York Jets and the cheap Madden 22 coins Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He did not appear in any NFL regular season. Lyn also participated in the CFL and Arena Football League from 2015 to 2020.