Tyler Lockett He attended Kansas State University and played football there. Lockett is the son and nephew of NFL players and was a key member of three state high school championship teams, two in football and one in basketball. He established multiple Kansas State football records in college and was a 2011 All-American...
Lockett started his career at Kansas State as a wide receiver but was moved to tight end during his first season because of an injury to another player. At 5-11 and 225 pounds, he was not expected to see much action at tight end but ended up playing eight games and making four starts. As a freshman in 2010, he made 13 catches for 179 yards and two touchdowns. As a sophomore in 2011, he had 42 catches for 609 yards and five touchdowns. In 2012 as a junior, he had 106 catches for 1,448 yards and 14 touchdowns.
After his junior year, many believed Lockett would leave school and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. However, he returned for his senior season and had 30 catches for 462 yards and six touchdowns. He finished his Kansas State career with 160 catches for 2,409 yards and 22 touchdowns.
During his high school years, Lockett also lettered in basketball and was named all-state after helping lead his team to the state semifinals as a senior. He chose Kansas State over offers from Arkansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
He attended Kansas State University, where he was a football and academic all-American. Kevin Lockett
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|NFL Draft:||1997 / Round: 2 / Pick: 47|
|Kansas City Chiefs (1997–2000) Washington Redskins (2001–2002) Jacksonville Jaguars (2002) New York Jets (2003)|
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Tyler Lockett/Education, Kansas State University, Booker T. Washington High School
Lockett was born in the Oklahoma city of Tulsa. He went to Barnard Elementary, Carver Middle School, and then Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, where he excelled in football, basketball, and track and field.
Lockette played wide receiver and kickoff returner for the Fort Valley State Wildcats football team in 2010, finishing with 23 catches for 262 yards and one score. Lockette was invited to the NFL Scouting Combine following the season. He attended the University of Utah, where he played college football.
Lockette was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round (44th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played only special teams in his first season with the team, but saw action at wide receiver in 2012 and 2013. Lockette caught four passes for 50 yards and returned three kicks for 25 yards during that time. In 2014, Lockette started all 16 games for the first time in his career and led the team with 1,006 receiving yards on 110 catches with nine touchdowns. He also returned eight punts for 82 yards and two kickoffs for 20 yards.
Lockette signed a five-year, $30 million contract extension with $10 million guaranteed in March 2015. He suffered a torn ACL in October 2016 and was ruled out for the remainder of the season. Lockette had 111 receptions for 1,451 yards and 14 touchdowns over the last two seasons.
Lockette played high school football at Westlake High School in West Los Angeles. He began attending Fort Valley State as a walk-on after graduating from high school early to pursue football.
He attended Ohio State and was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Giants in 2010. He helped the Giants win Super Bowl XLVI against the Patriots. Ballard was raised in Springboro, Ohio. He attended Springboro High School, where he started on both sides of the football field and on the basketball team.
He went on to play college football at Ohio State. As a freshman in 2009, he played in 10 games with one start for the Buckeyes. He finished the season with 33 tackles and three interceptions. As a sophomore in 2010, he started all 13 games and led the team with seven interceptions. He also returned two for touchdowns. Ballard ended his career at Ohio State with 44 tackles and six interceptions. After graduating from Ohio State, he joined the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent.
He is married to Lacey, and they have one son together named Jack. The couple's marriage was reported canceled by news outlets in 2014. However, their divorce was not finalized until later that year. In September 2015, it was rumored that Lacey had filed for divorce again after another failed attempt to reconcile their marriage. The reports were confirmed by Lacey's attorney when asked about the status of the marriage. They divorced for a second time in October 2016.
Jake has been dating Jessica Delfino since January 2017. They met while filming an episode of "Celebrity Dance Off" which aired on December 15, 2016.
Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks #16/Wide Receiver/Current clubs: Seattle Seahawks.
Height at birth: 6' 3" (1.91 m) Weight at birth: 185 pounds (84 kg)
Birth date: January 4th, 1992 (age 23)
Hometown: Harvey, Louisiana
Draft status: First round pick (number 15 overall)
Spouse: Tia Lockett (m. 2015-present)
Children: Two sons
Tyronne "Tyree" Lockett was born on January 4th, 1995 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is the son of NFL wide receiver and return man Tyrell "Sleeper" Lockett Jr.. His mother is Tia Williams. Tyronne has two siblings; a brother named Tyrell III who is one year older than him and a sister named Triana who is five years younger than him. Before becoming a full-time father at age 26, Tyrell Sr. already had three children from previous marriages. He now has four grandchildren.
Kentucky's University Schools/Danny Trevathan
Trevathan attended and played collegiate football at the University of Kentucky, where he was a member of the Rich Brooks and Joker Phillips coaching staffs.
Oregon State University Dixon, Dennis Lee Jr. He attended the University of Oregon and played football there. The Chicago Bears selected him with the ninth pick in the 1995 NFL Draft. He played only one season for the team before being released. The following year he joined the New York Giants, where he stayed until 2000 when he was traded to the San Diego Chargers. In 2001, he had two interceptions against him in Super Bowl XXXVII. The Buffalo Bills acquired him that year. He ended his career with the Denver Broncos in 2002.
Dennis Lee graduated from Oregon State University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in social welfare. He then went on to earn a master's degree in counseling psychology from Portland State University in 1998.
During his time at Oregon State, Dennis Lee played in 49 games and started 42 of them. He completed 536 of 931 passes for 7201 yards with 36 touchdowns vs. 24 interceptions. He also ran for seven scores.
After graduating from OSU, he immediately entered the NFL draft. He was picked by the Bears and played one season with them before joining the Giants. After one season with the G-Men, he was traded to the Chargers where he finished out his career.