RSP Film Room No.28: K-State WR Tyler Lockett

Josh Ford, John Hubert

SB Nation and Bolts From the Blue Writer Kyle Posey joins the program to examine the game of Kansas State receiver/return specialist Tyler Lockett. What I love about this episode is Posey, a former college football wide receiver, and I touch upon points about the position that I haven’t discussed with anyone else in the past:

  • The difficulty of low targets.
  • When a one-step stop on a hard break isn’t what’s coached.
  • Why flexible hips are so important for many of the skill positions.
  • Boundary and marker awareness in a player.
  • Gray areas where it may be difficult to judge a player’s performance
    • Active vs. Passive Catching
    • Shielding vs. Turning Into an Opponent
  • What makes Lockett a smart ballcarrier.
  • Lockett’s hand size and where the behavior he displays in relation to it might limit his game.

Of course, Posey and I also discuss Lockett’s potential roles in the NFL. If you’re not familiar with Posey’s work, I recommend you follow him on Twitter (@The_KP_Show) for links to his in-depth breakdowns.

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