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July 27, 2010 at 11:39 AM

Locker on SportsCenter

As noted earlier, Jake Locker and three other Pac-10 QBs are spending the day at ESPN, each appearing on a number of that company’s different platforms.
Here’s a link to Locker’s appearance, along with USC QB Matt Barkley, on SportsCenter.
Nothing groundbreaking in this one, though he touched on a few different topics:
— He said he is obviously aware of the talk about his 2011 draft status but that “obviously still the most important part is going out and performing this year.”
— He said that there were three main reasons for coming back for one more year: the chance to get his degree, play in a bowl game, and have one more year to get ready for the NFL.
— There was a lot of talk about the topic du jour in college sports — agents. Locker said that he likes to “just say no” when contacted by agents and that athletes just have to stay focused on why they are in college to avoid getting in trouble.

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