Data Scout Notes: 2014: STPOYC/1stC-WR&KR/1stM-WR&AP/HMOPOYC...PWCamp/PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff/PHornung/DS#1PSTeamProspect-DBrugler/P1stM-WR & KR...**2013: STPOYC/1stC-WR/1stC-KR-PR/HMC-OPOY/1stM-WR/1stM-AP...P1stM/PHornung/TSX-PTW/PJet...2012: HMC-WR&KR/2ndM-AP..P1stM-KR/PWCamp...2011: OROY/2ndC-PR/KR/HMC-STPOY
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Draft Scout Tyler Lockett News
05/27/15 - WR Tyler Lockett, selected by the Seahawks in the third round of the draft (69th overall), signed a four-year contract (Wednesday) May 27.
05/05/15 - A closer look at the Seahawks' eight picks: Round 3/69 - Tyler Lockett, WR/KR, 5-11, 175, Kansas State...Seattle made the rare move of trading up in the draft -- swapping third-rounders and giving three more to Washington -- to get a player they regarded as the best returner in the draft. - The Sports Xchange
04/22/15 - Kansas State's Tyler Lockett has been named winner of the Jet Award as the top return man in college football in 2014. Lockett, who will be honored at a banquet in Omaha, Nebraska, on Thursday, led the nation with his 19.1-yard punt return average. He ran two punts back for touchdowns. Lockett also averaged 20.1 yards on kick returns. The award is in its fifth year and is named for Johnny "The Jet" Rodgers, a wide receiver and return specialist who won the 1972 Heisman Trophy at Nebraska. Rodgers and a panel of football writers and broadcasters select the winner. - AP Sports
11/05/14 - Just imagine what the conversations will be like in the Lockett household around Thanksgiving dinner if Tyler Lockett can pick up a few more yards and score a couple more touchdowns. Might start off something like this: "So, Dad, what does it feel like to be No. 2?" After another eye-opening performance in No. 9 Kansas State's 48-14 romp over Oklahoma State on Saturday, Lockett moved past current Packers star Jordy Nelson for second in school history in yards receiving and tied Quincy Morgan for second in career touchdown catches. All that's standing between him and No. 1 is his father, Kevin Lockett. "A lot of people have been telling me I've been getting really close," Tyler Lockett said. "You get anxious every now and then, but it's not going to happen in one game. We still have four games left. If it happens, it's going to happen. You just have to go out there and play. You might look to see where you're at the end of games, but as long as we win, I'm OK with that."
Especially with some big games coming up. The grind starts when Kansas State (7-1, 5-0 Big 12) visits No. 7 TCU on Saturday. Matchups with West Virginia and Baylor also loom. Lockett finished with six catches for 94 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys, giving him 2,877 yards receiving for his career. His father piled up 3,032 yards from 1993-96. And the youngster now has 23 touchdown catches, three back of his dad. "It would be really cool if all those things happened on senior night. That would be an awesome experience," Lockett said, "but I can only control what I can control." - AP Sports
11/03/14 - Kansas State coach Bill Snyder had watched Oklahoma State slice so effortless through his defense on the game's opening drive that he wondered whether the tone had been set. Morgan Burns didn't give him a chance to think anything more of it. The speedy cornerback returned the ensuing kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown, and that set the No. 11 Wildcats off and running. Jake Waters threw two TD passes, Charles Jones ran for two more scores and Kansas State routed the Cowboys 48-14 on Saturday night. "You've got a lot of guys, sometimes when that happens, they're standing around looking at each other like, 'Wow, what's going on?' Snyder said about the opening drive, in which Oklahoma State went 86 yards in just eight plays. "And it didn't happen. There wasn't time for it to happen."
The rest of the game belonged to the Wildcats. Curry Sexton had nine catches for 159 yards and a touchdown, and Tyler Lockett had six receptions for 94 yards and a score, helping Kansas State (7-1, 5-0, No. 9 CFP) remain the lone unbeaten team in the Big 12 heading into next week's showdown at 10th-ranked TCU. "I know it's going to be a heck of a matchup, a tough place to play," Sexton said. "We're happy with where we're at, we're happy with how we're playing, but we're not satisfied." - AP Sports