Family Tradition

When you hear the name "Lockett" - Hahnville High School football immediately comes to mind and with good reason. Three Lockett brothers have suited up for the Tigers over the years, and the two eldest siblings - Kentrell and Danzell - are currently honing their game on the college level.

When you hear the name "Lockett" - Hahnville High School football immediately comes to mind and with good reason.  Three Lockett brothers have suited up for the Tigers over the years, and the two eldest siblings - Kentrell and Danzell - are currently honing their game on the college level.

The youngest brother - DE/LB JonTrell Lockett - is currently a junior at Hahnville, and he's doing big things for one of the top 5A schools in the state.  Lockett (5-foot-11, 210 pounds), who racked up 120 tackles during his first two varsity seasons, is perhaps at this best rushing off the edge.

"I'm a good pass rusher," Lockett said.  "I learned a lot of my moves from (oldest brother) Kentrell (Ole Miss DE).

"I have speed and I can use my hands well to fight off blockers," he continued.  "I have a variety of moves.  Sometimes I'll use my speed off the corner.  Sometimes I'll straight bull-rush."

Lockett's other brother, middle sibling Danzell, graduated last year and currently plays (cornerback) for Tyler Junior College (Tyler, TX).

The junior runs a 4.7-4.8 in the 40 and boasts a 285-pound bench and a 385-pound squat.

While Lockett is not hearing from any schools yet, he says that he likes the thought of following in his oldest brother's footsteps at Ole Miss.


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