Kevin Lamar Cone (born March 20, 1988 in Stone Mountain, Georgia) is a former American football wide receiver and the Assistant Director of Football Operations at Georgia Tech. In 2011, he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Atlanta Falcons. Cone attended Atlanta's St. Pius X High School. He played college football for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
He is the brother of NFL quarterback Justin Cone and cousin of defensive end Bruce "Smooth" Williams. Both brothers attended and played college football for Georgia Tech. After graduating from Georgia Tech, Kevin Cone went on to play for the Atlanta Falcons in the 2011 NFL Draft. He currently serves as a Wide Receivers Coach for the Yellow Jackets.
In 2014, he became the first player from his family to play in the NFL when he debuted with the Miami Dolphins during their opening game against his old team, the Atlanta Falcons. The following year, he won the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week Award for his punt return touchdown in the Dolphins' 30-27 win over his other former team, the Atlanta Falcons.
On January 6, 2016, Cone was hired by Georgia Tech as its new Assistant Director of Football Operations. He will be responsible for assisting with recruiting, underclassmen management, and community relations. His hiring was announced by Head Coach Paul Johnson who said that Cone would help him with coaching duties on game day while also allowing him to focus more on recruiting.
Kevin Lockett He attended Kansas State University, where he was a football and academic all-American. He attended Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa for high school. Aaron, his younger brother, and Tyler, his son, both played football at Kansas State, and Tyler was eventually picked by the Seattle Seahawks. Kevin's death affected both brothers deeply; after graduating from college, they worked together as assistant coaches for the Buffalo Bills.
Lockett married his high school sweetheart, Angela Allen, and the couple had three children: Aaron Jr., Tyler, and Brianna. The Locketts were active in their church and community, with Kevin serving as a deacon at Christ Church Cathedral of Tulsa before becoming the pastor of Myra/Tulsa United Methodist Church. He also served as an assistant coach for the Tulsa Talons of the Arena Football League. When not working, Lockett spent time with his family; he enjoyed traveling, fishing, hunting, playing poker, and watching sports events such as NFL games.
He died on January 17, 2000, when his car collided with another vehicle on Interstate 44 near Kingman, Arizona. He is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Overland Park, Kansas.
After graduating from high school, Kevin Lockett joined the U.S. Army. He served for six years as a paratrooper before being deployed in Vietnam. While there, he met his future wife, who was studying to be a nurse.
Kevin "K. J." McDaniels Jr. (born February 9, 1993) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the NBA G League's Greensboro Swarm. He attended Clemson University before being picked with the 32nd overall selection in the 2014 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers.
He has also played for the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers, and New York Knicks on a two-month contract with the Italian team Torino. Before joining Torino, he spent one season with the German club Bayern Munich before moving back to America to play for the New Jersey Nets of the NBA.
On August 4, 2015, it was announced that McDaniels had been traded to the Lakers in exchange for Metta World Peace. He made his debut for the Lakers the following day, scoring nine points off the bench in a 123–112 win over the Sacramento Kings.
McDaniels signed with the Brooklyn Nets on October 16, 2015. However, he was later waived by the Nets on October 21 after appearing in three games for them. On November 3, he returned to Europe and signed with Turkish club Banvit. In 31 games for Banvit, he averaged 14.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.06 blocks per game.
McDaniels signed with the New York Knicks on January 10, 2017.
Adams was a basketball and football standout at Rock Hill High School before being recruited to play football at South Carolina State University. He was a member of the Rock Hill football team that won the Class 4A state title. After graduating from Rock Hill in 1995, he went on to play running back for the South Carolina State Bulldogs.
He died on January 18, 2016 after suffering a heart attack while playing in a basketball game at his son's school in Columbia, South Carolina. He was 44 years old.
After graduating from high school, he went on to play college football at South Carolina State University. In three seasons with the Bulldogs, he played in 29 games and made eight starts at running back. He finished his career with 743 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 110 carries (6.3 avg.).
He was also a standout basketball player at Rock Hill High School. As a senior, he averaged 20 points per game and led his team to the state semifinals. After graduating from Rock Hill High, he went on to play basketball at South Carolina State University. As a Bulldog, he played in 37 games over three seasons and made 14 starts at running back. He finished his career with 1,077 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on 193 attempts (5.9 avg.).
Julius Caesar "Trey" Watts III (born February 13, 1991) is a free agent in the National Football League. He went to Tulsa for collegiate football. At Oakton High School, I was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter. Started as a running back then moved on to cornerback. In between games I also played baseball and basketball. I finished my career with 1,947 yards of total offense and 17 touchdowns.
Watts came out of college early and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He played only one game for the Jaguars before being released.
He joined the Dallas Cowboys during training camp and was eventually signed to their active roster on September 24, 2014. He made his debut that same day against the New York Giants and had two catches for 39 yards. After appearing in six games as a rookie, Trey was not re-signed by the Cowboys at the end of the season.
He spent some time on practice squads of various teams before being signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in January 2016. He stayed with the team through most of 2016 but was released in August. After going unselected in the 2017 NFL Draft, he signed with the Detroit Lions that October. He was released by the Lions in April 2018.
In 2015, Watts started the first five games of the season for the Jaguars before suffering a knee injury.