What is Tyler Lockett’s Net Worth?
Tyler Lockett plays wide receiver in American football and is also a return specialist.
He plays for the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL. The Seahawks drafted Lockett in the third round 2015 NFL Draft. He played college football for Kansas State.
Lockett started his NFL career in September 2015 as NFC Special Teams Player Of The Month. He posted both a kickoff return touchdown and a punt in his three first games.
Tyler Lockett’s networth is $11 million as of July 2022.
Tyler Lockett was born in Tulsa on the 28th Sept 1992.
He attended Barnard Elementary and Carver Middle School. Then he went on to Booker T. Washington High School. A three-sport star in basketball, football, and track and cross, Washington was his school.
He led the Booker T. Washington Hornets and Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association championships for basketball and football.
Lockett was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
To select Lockett the Seahawks traded their third, fourth, fifth- and sixth-round picks (95th and 112th, respectively) to the Washington Redskins to make room for the #69 pick.
Lockett’s first NFL appearance was against the Denver Broncos. It was the first touchdown for the team in the preseason.
Lockett was awarded a $31.8 million, three-year contract extension by the Seahawks that will continue through the 2021 season. In the three first games, he had 12 receptions and 196 receiving yards. He also recorded a touchdown receiving in each of the games.
Lockett caught only one pass in week 1 against Cincinnati Bengals. It was however for 44 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the 21-20 victory.
These are some of Tyler Lockett’s greatest moments:
- 2x Big 12 Special Teams Player Of The Year (2013-2014).
- Pro Bowl (2015)
- First-team All-Pro (2015)
- PFWA All-Rookie Team (2015)
- x Second-team All-Pro (2016, 2017)
Favorite Quotes From Tyler Lockett
I meant I had an idea…as long as the agent represents you…he let you know a lot of the teams that really like you. I knew the Jets loved me. The Bucs loved me, as did the Panthers, Minnesota and Arizona. But I knew Seattle liked me just because of Schneider.
I do different things. The board is a small game board that you use to improve your eye and hand coordination. That is what I do a lot. There are days when I play tennis. Some days I just do some footwork. I have a few releases.