April 13, 2019
Blue team quarterback Torry Locklin runs in a touchdown during Late Night Under the Lights on Saturday, April, 13, 2019 at Memorial Stadium.
When Kansas football head coach Lance Leipold and his staff finally got to start evaluating players during practices in August, Leipold figured the Jayhawks would find a way to use Torry Locklin. He just wasn’t sure how.
Maybe the Kansas football offense won’t feature a lot of Torry Locklin early in the season. Or maybe Les Miles doesn’t want Coastal Carolina spending time preparing for Locklin.
Torry Locklin arrived at the University of Kansas in 2019 as a quarterback. And in a way, at least, Locklin still is. But KU’s coaches envision the redshirt freshman more like a Swiss Army knife than even a dual-threat QB. By Benton Smith
With only two games remaining on the schedule, it appears Kansas football coach Les Miles and his staff have plans to use this year as a redshirt season for a number of the youngest Jayhawks on the roster. By Benton Smith
Kansas freshman quarterback Torry Locklin has been unique since the first time he threw a football. Shane Jackson
As the competition for the starting quarterback job continues to unfold during preseason football practices, a young QB is finding ways to make his mark, too, even if that doesn’t vault him into the marquee battle. By Benton Smith