As the new football season approaches I decided to come with some new interviews. This time around I’m interviewing guys that played football. My first interview was with former Kansas State All-American Punt Returner/Wide Receiver Aaron Lockett. Lockett was a standout athlete – in track, football, and basketball – at Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From there he showcased his talents at Kansas State where he was a member of the football and track teams. Lockett set many records during his time at K-State and in the 2000 Big 12 Championship Game he had the first return TD in the game’s history. Aaron played five years professionally in the NFL and Canadian Football League. His brother Kevin was also a standout player at Kansas State and played in the NFL. Lockett’s nephew Tyler Lockett continued the family’s tradition of great Wide Receiver/Returner play while at Kansas State. Lockett is currently a blossoming talent – First Team All-Pro and Pro Bowl as a rookie – in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks. Check out the audio interview and a few of Aaron’s highlights from his time at Kansas State.