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#22 Casey Locker
Position: Safety
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 195
Hometown: Ferndale, Wash.
High School: Ferndale
Experience: 4 Letters

WSU CAREER: Appeared in 47 games, made 16 starts…made 169 tackles including one for loss…recovered one fumble…intercepted three passes…recorded four double-digit tackle performances.

RS-SENIOR (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, starting the final three…made 43 tackles, eight coming on kickoff, a team-high…intercepted one pass returned 39 yards for a touchdown…made one tackle at Auburn…recorded one tackle in win over Southern Utah…recorded a tackle in win at California…had two tackles against Oregon State…made one tackle at No. 2 Oregon…made six tackles, all solo against No. 25 Arizona State…made one tackle in win at Arizona…started, made six tackles and intercepted a pass he returned 39 yards for a touchdown in win over Utah…made a season-high nine tackles, one for loss at Washington…started, made career high 15 tackles against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.

RS-JUNIOR (2012):Earned a varsity letter after startting all 10 games appeared in...made 60 tackles, tied for fifth-most on team...made 1.5 tackles-for-loss, one interception and recovered one fumble...did not play in first two games, started final 10...made five tackles, all solo, including one for loss in win at UNLV...matched a career high with 10 tackles, seven solo, and recovered one fumble against Colorado...made four tackles against No. Oregon in Seattle...made seven tackles, six solo and intercepted a pass at No. 14 Oregon State...matched a career high with 10 tackles against California...made seven tackles at Utah, six against No. 17 UCLA and five at Arizona State...tallied four tackles in Apple Cup victory over Washington.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games and making two starts...fifth on team with 46 tackles, 37 solo...made four tackles, including one for loss against UNLV...made seven tackles, six solo at Colorado...elected a team captain against UCLA...had three tackles, all solo and earned Cougars Big Hit award against No. 7 Stanford...had five tackles against Oregon State...made four solo tackles at No. 7 Oregon...started and made a career-high 10 tackles, nine solo and earned WSU's Big Hit award in the win over Arizona State...started and made three tackles against Utah...registered two solo tackles in Apple Cup.

RS-FRESHMAN (2010): Earned a varsity letter after playing in all 12 games...recorded 20 tackles, 16 solo...made one interception...made four tackles against Oregon...made three tackles and earned Cougar "Big Play" honors with an interception against Arizona...recorded three tackles and earned Cougar "Big Hit" at Stanford...made three tackles at Arizona State.

FRESHMAN (2009): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter for head coach Jamie Plenkovich...played both quarterback and safety...two-year captain for the Eagles...FRESHMAN year team went a perfect 14-0 and won the state championship...SOPHOMORE year named first-team All-Northwest League at safety...team went 10-1...JUNIOR year named Northwest League's Most Valuable Player, and garnered all-league accolades on both sides of the ball...Associated Press 3-A All-State honorable mention...completed 63-of-121 passes for 1,115 yards and 10 touchdowns with only three interceptions...also rushed for 675 yards and 12 touchdowns...SENIOR year was named Tacoma News Tribune Northwest Nugget honorable mention and Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...Seattle Times and TNT All-State on defense... AP 3-A All-State quarterback... Whatcom County Herald All-Area and MVP...was again named league MVP, as well as first-team all-league at both quarterback and defensive back...team went 11-1...named preseason all-state by MaxPreps...completed 65-of-113 passes for 1,256 yards and 14 touchdowns...once again threw only three interceptions...rushed for 693 yards on 87 carries, and scored 11 touchdowns and a two-point conversion... rated No. 70 on Scout.com's Northwest Hot 150...Scout.com also has him at No. 35 on Washington's Top 40 list...also lettered four times in baseball and three times in basketball...garnered first-team all-league honors on the diamond as a freshman and was named the league's most valuable player as a junior...was also named all-state first team as a junior.

PERSONAL
Father, John and mother, Traci...brothers, Riley and Brady...sister, Haley...cousin, Jake Locker was a first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in the 2011 NFL Draft after playing collegiately at Washington...grandfather Ed Brown went to WSU.