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Honors Keep Rolling In For Locker
Release: 12/07/2007
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Dec. 7, 2007

SEATTLE - The honors keep rolling in for young University of Washington quarterback Jake Locker. The Sporting News today named the Ferndale, Wash. native as its second-team Freshman All-America signal-caller.

Earlier in the week, the most prolific rushing quarterback in school history was named by league coaches as the Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year. Recently he was lauded by as a second-team Freshman All-America selection and The Sporting News also named him the Pac-10 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year.

"The honors and such are great," Locker said recently. "But, I would trade them all for team success. I couldn't do anything without the support and performance of my teammates, particularly the guys on the offensive line. For everything they've done for me, I really appreciate it."

Locker, who fell just shy of becoming the first quarterback in Pac-10 history to rush for more than 1,000 yards, ended the season with 986 rushing yards - the most for a quarterback in UW history. He and teammate Louis Rankin, who rushed for 1,294 total yards, nearly became only the 40th duo in NCAA history to both rush for more than 1,000 yards in a single season. Locker's 13 rushing touchdowns surpassed Mark Brunell's previous record (12) for a QB at Washington.

Through the air, Locker passed for 2,062 yards and 14 touchdowns. Both marks set new freshman records at UW - surpassing Brock Huard's marks of 1,881 yards and 13 TDs in 1996. Against Arizona, Locker connected with senior Marcel Reece for a 98-yard touchdown pass - the longest in school history.

At last night's season-ending team banquet, he was honored with the Sports Radio 950 KJR Offensive Player of the Year and Travis Spring Most Outstanding Offensive Freshman awards.

* denotes redshirt


WR Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech*
WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri*
TE Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
L (G) Anthony Davis, Rutgers
L (T) Ryan Miller, Colorado
L (T) Anthony Castonzo, Boston College
L (T) Lee Ziemba, Auburn
L (T) Trinton Sturdivant, Georgia
QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma*
RB LeSean McCoy, Pitt
RB Knowshon Moreno, Georgia*

E Everson Griffen, USC
T Cameron Heyward, Ohio State
T Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma*
E Kirk DeCremer, Wisconsin*
LB Greg Jones, Michigan State
LB Scott Lutrus, Connecticut*
LB Rolando McClain, Alabama
CB Eric Berry, Tennessee
CB Donovan Warren, Michigan
S Chad Jones, LSU
S Alex Kube, Northern Illinois*

K Thomas Weber, Arizona State*
P Ryan Shoemaker, Auburn*
KR David Gilreath, Wisconsin


WR Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
WR Arrelious Benn, Illinois
TE James Casey, Rice
L (G) Maurkice Pouncey, Florida;
L (C) Ryan McMahon, Florida State
L (T) Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin*
L (T) Stephen Schilling, Michigan*
L (T) Butch Lewis, USC*
QB Jake Locker, Washington*
RB Josh Adams, Wake Forest*
RB Harvey Unga, BYU*

L (T) Scooter Berry, West Virginia*;
L (T) Ladi Ajiboye, South Carolina
L (E) Paul Kruger, Utah*
L (E) Greg Romeus, Pitt*
LB Brian Duncan, Texas Tech*
LB Obi Ezeh, Michigan*
LB Lawrence Wilson, UConn*
DB (SS) Zac Etheridge, Auburn*
DB (S) Deunta Williams, North Carolina
* DB (FS) Davonte Shannon, Buffalo
DB (CB) Kareem Jackson, Alabama

K Kai Forbath, UCLA*
P Keenyn Crier, Arizona*
KR David Gilreath, Wisconsin


QB: Pat Bostick, Pitt; Andy Dalton, TCU*; Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee; Travis Dixon, UNLV*; Cody Hawkins, Colorado*; Colin Kaepernick, Nevada*; Case Keenum, Houston*; Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP*; Giovanni Vizza, North Texas; Adam Weber, Minnesota*; T.J. Yates, North Carolina*

RB: Graig Cooper, Miami (Fla.); Noel Devine, West Virginia; Terry Grant, Alabama*; Nic Grigsby, Arizona; Mike Ford, South Florida; Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State; Deonte Jackson, Idaho*; Ryan Mathews, Fresno State; DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma*

TE: Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern; Weslye Saunders, South Carolina

WR: Marcus Barnett, Cincinnati*; Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas; Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State; Darrell Catchings, Oregon State; Trae Johnson, Tulsa; Duval Kamara, Notre Dame; Scotty McKnight, Colorado*; Carlton Mitchell, South Florida*; Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech*; Terrance Toliver, LSU

OL: (G) Colin Baxter, Arizona*; (G) Clint Boling, Georgia; (T) Micah Hannam, Washington State*; (G) Zach Hermann, South Florida*; (G) Rodney Hudson, Florida State; (C) Colin Miller, Central Michigan*; (G) Andrew Nierman, Tulane; (C) Kristofer O¹Dowd, USC; (G) Dominik Riley, Memphis*; (T) Jake Vermiglio, N.C. State

DL: (T) Marvin Austin, North Carolina; (NT) Kelly Griffin, TCU; (T) Markus Kuhn, N.C. State; (E) Aaron Maybin, Penn State*; (E) Bruce Miller, UCF*; (E) Cheta Ozougwu, Rice; (T) Brian Price, UCLA; (E) Almondo Sewell, Akron; (NT) Colby Whitlock, Texas Tech; (NT) Ian Williams, Notre Dame; (E) Ryan Winterswyk, Boise State*

LB: Freddy Burton, Arkansas; Rennie Curran, Georgia; Ben Jacobs, Fresno State*; Cliff Matthews, South Carolina; Adrian Moten, Maryland*; Brian Smith, Notre Dame; Craig Stevens, Auburn*; Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina

DB: (CB) Omar Bolden, Arizona State; (S) Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech; (CB) Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State*; (CB) Chris Conte, Cal; (CB) Joe Haden, Florida; (CB) Chris Harris, Kansas; (CB) Aaron Henry, Wisconsin*; (CB) Jerome Jenkins, New Mexico*; Joe Lefeged, Rutgers; (CB) Chima Nwachukwu, Washington State; (CB) Tavious Polo, Florida Atlantic*; (S) Major Wright, Florida

K: Kyle Brotzman, Boise State*; Wes Byrum, Auburn; Pete Caldwell, Utah State; Justin Estes, Southern Miss; Igor Iveljic, Akron*; Daniel Lincoln, Tennessee*; Thomas Moreland, North Texas; A.J. Principe, Buffalo; Jake Rogers, Cincinnati*; Alex Tejada, Arkansas

P: Travis Baltz, Maryland; Aaron Bates, Michigan State; Blake Clingan, UCF; Stefan Demos, Northwestern*; Ryan Donahue, Iowa*; Derek Epperson, Baylor; Reid Forrest, Washington State*; Kevin Jones, Duke*; Rob Long, Syracuse; Kyle Petersen, UTEP*

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