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One of the nation's most explosive players, Lockett enters his senior season (fifth year in the program) ... Remarkable athletic ability as demonstrated by the fact that he played 11 games on the defensive side of the ball during his freshman campaign ... Switched to offense his sophomore season and preceded to lead the team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns ... An explosive kick returning who is second nationally among active players with three kickoff returns for touchdown since the beginning of the 2011 campaign ... The three kickoff returns for touchdowns are a school record ... Needs 51 yards to break the school's career record for kickoff return yardage and will likely depart campus among the top-five all-time in all-purpose yardage.2012: Played in 12 games and made seven starts during the Mountain West championship team ... Caught 20 passes (fourth on the team) for 293 yards (3rd) and three touchdowns (tied for third) ... Returned 31 of the team's 42 kickoffs during the season, averaging 25.9 yards per return and scoring two touchdowns ... Ranked third in the conference and 21st nationally with 25.9 yards per return ... Was on the Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Most Outstanding Wide Receiver) ... Also on the CFPA All-Purpose Trophy Watch List and the CPFA Kickoff Returner Trophy Watch List ... Was a preseason first-team all-MW pick by the MW media, Lindy's Sports (all-purpose) and Phil Steele ... Was also a second-team selection by Athlon Sports and a third-team pick by Phil Steele ... Lindy's Sports deemed him the "Most Dangerous Deep Threat" in the MW. Started the opener at Washington and had team highs of four catches and 48 yards ... Returned his second career kickoff for a touchdown in the home opener vs. Army ... The 96-yard return is tied for the seventh longest in program history ... Also added a 25-yard return ... Was named the CFPA National Kickoff Returner of the Week for his efforts ... Caught two passes for 11 yards as a starter ... Came off the bench against North Dakota and caught a 37-yard touchdown pass ... Also returned four kicks for 119 yards (29.8 avg.) ... Had three catches for 73 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown, against San Jose State ... Also had a 15-yard rush and 96 kickoff return yards ... Caught a 3-yard pass and returned a career-high seven kickoffs at Fresno State ... Missed the game against Hawai'i with an ankle injury ... Returned to action against Colorado State and had a 12-yard grab ... Had a 14-yard catch at Nevada ... Made three catches for 51 yards and a TD vs. UNLV ... Was named the Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 5, for his play at Boise State, when he had three kick returns for 141 yards (47.0 avg.), including a 100-yard return for a touchdown ... It was tied for the longest ever by an Aztec and was the program's first 100-yarder since 1979 ... Also was honored as a CFPA National Kickoff Returner of the Week for the second time of the year ... Caught a 7-yard pass in a start at wide receiver as well ... Earned the start vs. Air Force, but did not record a stat ... Started again at Wyoming and had three receptions for 37 yards ... Also returned a kickoff 41 yards ... Made the start and played in a bowl game for the third consecutive season ... For just the second time in 25 games on the offensive side of the ball, did not record a catch ... Returned two kickoffs for 29 yards.
2011: Appeared in all 13 outings, starting on 11 occasions ... Elected a 2011 midseason all-MW first-team honoree by Phil Steele as a wide receiver and was on the third team as a kick returner ... Hauled in 58 catches for 970 yards and eight scores ... Also had seven rushes for 96 yards and led the squad in kick returns, averaging 21.9 yards on 31 attempts ... His 1,744 all-purpose yards were second on the team ... One of two Aztecs to return a kickoff for a touchdown, doing so from 94 yards out in the fourth quarter of his first career start vs. Cal Poly ... Also registered three catches for 82 yards and an 18-yard touchdown on offense against the Mustangs ... Career-long catch on the game's second play at Army with a 68-yard touchdown ... Finished the afternoon with his first 100-yard receiving effort (113 yards) on a career-best five receptions ... Managed to haul in four passes for 59 yards in the win over WSU, while also averaging 24.6 yards on kick returns with a long of 44 in the first quarter ... Seven receptions for 71 yards against Michigan, while adding the team's lone touchdown on a 16-yard catch in the second half ... Also was credited with his first career rushes for 13 yards vs. the Wolverines ... Made three catches for 51 yards and had six kick returns for 101 yards with a long of 22 yards against TCU ... Had three receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown at Air Force ... Had three catches for 38 yards vs. Wyoming and added a career-long 43-yard rush ... Had three catches for 93 yards vs. New Mexico ... Grabbed three balls for 29 yards at Colorado State ... Posted career highs for receptions (8) and receiving yards (149) and added 109 kickoff returns yards vs. Boise State ... Caught four balls for 45 yards and a touchdown at UNLV ... Had his third 100-yard receiving game of the season with 102 yards on six catches against Fresno State ... Scored three of the team's four touchdowns in the New Orleans Bowl, including one with 35 seconds left that put SDSU in the lead ... Ended that outing with six catches for 85 yards and a pair of kick returns for 65 yards.
2010: Played 11 games on defense and special teams, making eight tackles, including seven solo efforts ... Collegiate debut vs. Nicholls ... First career tackle vs. Utah State ... Also made one stop against BYU, Air Force, New Mexico, Colorado State, TCU, Utah and Navy.
2009: Did not play, redshirting the campaign.
High School: A three-year starter for coach John Marin at Diamond Bar High School ... Was an all-league pick on both offense (second-team wide receiver) and defense (first-team defensive back) in 2008 ... Named the Diamond Bar High defensive player of the year after recording 58 total tackles and five interceptions his senior season ... Grabbed 26 receptions for 367 yards (14.1 average) and two scores in 2008 ... Received a Sierra League honorable mention nod in 2007 ... Had 31 tackles and 13 pass breakups as a junior in 2007 ... Also competed in track and field ... A Sierra League third-place finisher in the 300-meter hurdles in 2008 ... A CIF first-round qualifier in the same event ... A scholar-athlete and an all-league academic selection.
Personal: Born April 5, 1991, in Diamond Bar, Calif. ... Son of Janice Johnson-Lockett and Frederick Lockett ... Brother, Bret, played football at UCLA and is currently a member of the New England Patriots ... Major is communications.
Career highs: Receptions: 8 vs. Boise State (11/19/11); Receiving Yards: 149 vs. Boise State (11/19/11); Receiving TDs: 3 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (12/17/11); Long Reception: 68 at Army (9/10/11); Carries: 2, 4 times; Rushing Yards: 43 vs. Wyoming (10/29/11); Long Rush: 43 vs. Wyoming (10/29/11); KO Returns: 7 at Fresno State (9/29/12); Long KO Return: 100 at Boise State (11/3/12); KO Return Yards: 143 vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11); KO Return TD: 1 at Boise State (11/3/12), vs. Army (9/8/12), vs. Cal Poly (9/3/11).