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Colin Lockett
WR #15
Height:
6-0
Weight:
188
Age:
23
College:
San Diego
Hometown:
Diamond Bar, CA
Experience:
R

Quick Stats (2014 PRE):

REC
2
YDS
14
AVG
7
TDS
0

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Bio

     College free agent signee exhibited big-play ability both as receiver and kick returner throughout four-year career at San Diego State ... Leaves SDSU as school’s all-time leader in kickoff return yardage with 2216, easily eclipsing old mark of 1505 ... Ranks fourth on school’s all-time list in all-purpose yardage (4405) and had 15.4-yard per-catch average ... Had 20 career TDs (16 receiving, three kickoff returns, one rushing) ... Finished 14th on school’s all-time reception list (130) and led Aztecs in receptions in a game 15 times for career ... Played defensive back as freshman and moved to receiver prior to sophomore season.
    College free agent signee exhibited big-play ability both as receiver and kick returner throughout four-year career at San Diego State ... Leaves SDSU as school’s all-time leader in kickoff return yardage with 2216, easily eclipsing old mark of 1505 ... Ranks fourth on school’s all-time list in all-purpose yardage (4405) and had 15.4-yard per-catch average ... Had 20 career TDs (16 receiving, three kickoff returns, one rushing) ... Finished 14th on school’s all-time reception list (130) and led Aztecs in receptions in a game 15 times for career ... Played defensive back as freshman and moved to receiver prior to sophomore season.

    Career transactions: Signed with Cincinnati as college free agent on 5-12-14.

    More college highlights: Played in 48 games with 30 starts over four seasons (2010-13) at San Diego State, with a redshirt year in 2009. 2013—Played and started 12 games and had 52 catches for 736 yards and five TDs ... Also had 48-yard rushing TD ... Returned 31 kickoffs for 761 yards (24.5) ... Chosen as a team captain by teammates ... Named an Honorable Mention All-Mountain West selection on special teams by coaches and media ... Despite missing one game, led team in all-purpose yards (1549) and TD receptions (five), and ranked second in receptions (52) and receiving yards (736) ... Had a receiving TD in four straight games. 2012—Played in 12 games with seven starts for Mountain West championship team ... Had 20 catches for 293 yards and three TDs ... Returned 30 kickoffs for 777 yards (25.9, third in Mountain West), with two returns for TDs ... Named Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 5 for play at Boise State, when he had three kickoff returns for 141 yards, including 100-yarder for TD, the program’s first 100-yard return since 1979. 2011—Played in all 13 games with 11 starts and had 58 catches for 970 yards and eight TDs (all career-highs) ... Returned 31 kickoffs for 678 yards (21.9) with one return for a TD ... His 1744 all-purpose yards ranked second on team. 2010—Played 11 games on defense and special teams and logged eight tackles. 2009—Redshirted.

    High school: Attended Diamond Bar (Calif.) High School, where he was an all-league pick on both offense (second-team wide receiver) and defense (first-team defensive back) in his senior year ... Named Diamond Bar defensive player of the year for senior season ... Also participated in track and field and was a Sierra League third-place finisher in 300-meter hurdles as a senior ... All-league academic selection.

    Personal: Hometown is Diamond Bar, Calif. ... Brother, Bret, played football at UCLA and has played in NFL with New England ... Majored in communications at San Diego State.

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