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The Miami Dolphins may be in the midst of signing established talents to their roster via free agency, but that doesn’t mean the team is able to resist the temptation of turning over a stone or two along the way. And that seems to be exactly what the Dolphins Youth Kai Locksley Jersey, have done over the weekend with the news that the team had agreed to terms and signed former UTEP quarterback Kai Locksley to a contract as a wide receiver in the NFL.
Dolphins sign former UTEP player Kai Locksley, who threw 9 TDs and 14 INTs as a QB at UTEP and is now trying to make the NFL as a receiver. Son of Maryland coach Mike Locksley
— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) March 22, 2021
Locksley last played in college in 2019, completing 56.9% of his passes that season for the Miners with a college passer Game Kai Locksley Jersey, rating of 124.0 on the season.
Locksley is reported to be quite the athlete — NFL Draft Scout logged his UTEP Pro Day numbers with some impressive figures:
Vertical jump: 38″
Broad jump: 10’06”
3-cone shuttle: 7.07s
All logged with Locksley checked in at nearly 6-foot-4 and 209 pounds back in March of 2020. Formerly a 4-star quarterback and commit to Texas, Locksley transferred several times throughout the course of his college career and struggled at times with off-field conduct — including an arrest in 2019 for DWI, marijuana and weapons charges. But with the offseason upon us, this is the time for the Dolphins to bring on troubled young talents and see if they can tap into athletic potential while also helping to provide some structure. In some cases, like that of former Titans and Dolphins tackle Isaiah Wilson, Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic, things don’t work. But there’s no risk in bringing in young athletes in need of direction at this point in time.
And every so often you’ll find yourself a good football player along the way. Time will tell which side of the coin Locksley falls on.