Tyler Lockett

  • Height
    5' 10"
  • Weight
    182 lbs
  • Arm Length
    30" (10th)
Tyler Lockett headshot
  • Draft Pick
    3.05 2015
  • College
    Kansas State
  • Age
    30.0
Overall rank
WR32
2022

Tyler Lockett Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 2 15 12 135 11.3 125 0 12.8 (#33)
2021 16 107 73 1175 16.1 1459 8 15.1 (#17)
2020 16 132 100 1054 10.5 1286 10 16.6 (#12)
2019 16 110 82 1057 12.9 1479 8 14.7 (#22)
2018 16 71 57 965 16.9 982 10 13.8 (#23)
2017 16 71 45 555 12.3 971 2 7.4 (#69)
2016 15 66 41 597 14.6 720 1 8.3 (#72)
2015 16 69 51 664 13.0 - 6 9.6 (#55)
  • College Dominator
    44.2% (91st)
  • College YPR
    14.3 (44th)
  • College Target Share
    36.1% (98th)
  • Breakout Age
    19.9 (64th)

Tyler Lockett Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream

+2.0
(#84)

Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.

2022

Snap Share

2022

Target Share

2022

Fantasy Points

Tyler Lockett ADP

102.50
(-0.55)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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9.07 Pick
WR48 Rank

Popularity Index

#140

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Tyler Lockett Injury History

Low
Medium
High
Games Missed
Injury Reports
Hip strain
Week 3 (2021)
0
1
Knee sprain
Week 10 (2020)
0
1
Back strain
Week 2 (2019)
0
1
Toe sprain
Preseason (2018)
0
0
Knee soreness
Preseason (2017)
0
1
Tibia & fibula fractures
Week 16 (2016)
1
1
Quadriceps strain
Week 7 (2016)
0
1
Knee strain
Week 2 (2016)
0
1
Hip contusion
Week 6 (2015)
0
1
Hip contusion
Preseason (2015)
0
1

Tyler Lockett College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Rec TDs Special Teams Age School
2011 9 (WR) 18 (24 tgts) 246 (13.7 ypr) 8.3% 75.0% 3 601 (2 tds) 18 Kansas State
2012 13 (WR) 44 (64 tgts) 687 (15.6 ypr) 20.3% 68.8% 4 732 (2 tds) 19 Kansas State
2013 12 (WR) 81 (114 tgts) 1262 (15.6 ypr) 36.2% 71.1% 11 587 20 Kansas State
2014 13 (WR) 106 (149 tgts) 1,515 (14.3 ypr) 35.9% 71.1% 11 764 (2 tds) 21 Kansas State

Who is Tyler Lockett

Tyler Lockett's college stats and blazing 4.4 40-yard dash prompted the Seattle Seahawks to draft him in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the 69th overall selection. Playing among a loaded wide receiver and low-volume pass offense, Lockett did not get as many opportunities his talent warranted. Through his first four seasons, Lockett never saw more than 70 targets. That 70 target season came in 2018, where he somehow racked up 965 yards and 10 touchdowns on such low volume. That was a sign of things to come the next three seasons. Lockett has not put up fewer than 107 targets, 73 receptions, 1,054 yards, and eight touchdowns in that span. Including the 2018 season, Tyler Lockett has never finished below the WR14 in fantasy football in any of his last four seasons. It may not come consistently on a weekly basis, but the year-end results are indisputable. 

Tyler Lockett benefitted immensely from having Russell Wilson as his quarterback and vice versa. That pairing has led to Lockett becoming one of the best and most efficient receivers in the NFL and earning a four-year $69.2 million contract extension before the 2021 season. Top-notch production followed soon after. Lockett’s 13.6-yard average target depth finished seventh among wide receivers in 2021. That led to Lockett averaging 16.1 yards per reception (sixth among receivers), 11 yards per target (fourth), ninth in yards per route run (ninth), and sixth in completed air yards (880). He finished third among wide receivers in deep targets (30), 21st in target share (24-percent) and 28th in yards after catch (295). Tyler Lockett is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL and will be a Seattle Seahawk for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, Lockett's dance partner Russell Wilson won't be, as he got traded to the Denver Broncos. Without that dynamic connection and a run-first philosophy, it will be hard to trust Lockett for the first time in a number of years barring a change of scenery.