Getting to know … Washington QB Locker

Jake Locker
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 230 lbs.
College: Washington
Conference: Pac 10

Overview: Locker decided to return for his senior season, and his erratic performance has certainly hurt his draft stock. An extremely gifted athlete, Locker’s production does not match his talent. He possesses a cannon for an arm, but he is not an efficient passer. At this point, his greatest asset is his athleticism and it is unclear if he will ever be a starting quarterback at the next level. Also, Locker has a history of injuries due to his aggressive style of play. Overall, Locker has all the physical tools, and a team will likely take a chance on him in the first round despite his inconsistent production.

Noteworthy: Locker earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 in 2010 … He holds the record at Washington for quarterback rushing yards in a season (986 in 2007) and for a career (1,939). … Locker’s 29 career rushing touchdowns rank No. 3 all-time at Washington, and he ranks No. 2 all-time in school passing yards with 7,639. Locker was responsible for 496 career points, second-most in school history. … During the 2010 season, Locker guided Washington on three game-winning drives late in the fourth quarter.

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