The all-time Kansas State EA Sports College Football team we'd love to see

With the report of the beloved EA Sports College Football game returning to the shelves this summer, let's take a look at which Wildcats greats would make up an unstoppable team.

Nov 29, 2014; Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) breaks away from a KU player to score a touchdown in the Sunflower Showdown.
Nov 29, 2014; Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) breaks away from a KU player to score a touchdown in the Sunflower Showdown. / Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports
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Wide Receiver: Tyler Lockett (2011-2014)

Tyler Lockett will go down as one of the best, if not the best wide receivers in Kansas State football history. Coming in as a legacy player, following his dad Kevin Lockett, and uncle Aaron Lockett, Tyler had big shoes to fill as both his dad and uncle were also wide receivers.

Lockett was K-State's first four-year All-American and holds 17 school records. The biggest records include receiving yards, receptions, receiving touchdowns, and 100-yard receiving games. He took the receptions and touchdowns record from his father Kevin.

Drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Lockett has played 78 games for the Seahawks scoring 59 touchdowns and has 7,994 career receiving yards. Lockett was not graded very high in the draft due to his small size, NFL teams felt he could not hold his own in the league. Pete Carrol and the Seahawks took a chance on him in the draft nad it worked out pretty well for them.

Lockett works as a good one-two punch with fellow receiver DK Metcalf, forcing defenses to cover sideline to sideline as Lockett is known for his "toe-tap game."

Lockett's career at Kansas State will go down as one of the greatest, and his records probably will not be broken for quite some time. If there is one receiver I am wanting to trust and throw to in this game, its him.