The ever-reliable Lockyer

 
Subiaco were ecstatic when the #43 pick in the 2011 AFL draft expressed his interest in returning to the West.

After four years on Sydney's list and 46 NEAFL games, Lockyer elected to return to WA in 2015 and his decision to join Subiaco was an educated one.
 
"I knew Wayne Orsi and Steve Wasley as colts coaches and they spoke really highly of the club and its professional nature. They also held Jarrad Schofield in high regard so that really influenced my decision to come to the Lions." said Lockyer

Lockyer instantly found his place in the Lions backline alongside the likes of veterans Darren Rumble and Wayde Twomey. Subi went on to set a defensive club record for the least amount of average points conceded per game (55.1) and only 1102 points on the season.
 
"You can’t really underestimate how good that 2015 Lions team was. To step in a backline with leaders like Rumble, Twomey and Worthington around, looking back, it was a team of phenomenal talent and experience,
 
"Then there's guys like Kyal Horsley, Lachlan Delahunty, Leigh Kitchin and Chris Phelan who always lead by example and set a good tone. It has definitely taught me what it takes to be a leader and I hope I can translate that into my development in the future" added Lockyer

Lockyer won the Andrew Christie (ANZAC) Medal and became a Subiaco premiership player in 2015.

"The coaching staff always showed good faith in me. Although I started the 2015 season at Subi a little slow, they put the trust in me and helped me develop on and off the field. It took work and dedication but about half-way through the 2015 season I felt I was playing decent football,
 
"I probably preferred being the third man in but Schoey entrusted me to take a key defender role in my first year at Subi and I’ve enjoyed it since. If you play your role well you get the reward." added Lockyer 
 

 
Lockyer’s ability as a stringent defender has been important for a Subiaco team focussed on high intensity pressure. The 23-year-old was acknowledged for his efforts with his first senior state representation for WA against Victoria last week.
 
"It was unbelievable to be a part of that experience. It was an honour to achieve history alongside WA and the Subi boys." said Lockyer
 
In regards to the remainder of 2017, Locks is hoping to achieve better consistency within the Lions backline.

“As a unit we’ve probably suffered the most inconsistency this year with guys like Chris Bryan, Hayden Kennedy and Joel Latham missing games so we’re looking forward to establishing a consistent set of players. Once we are able to do that communication and chemistry will only get better.”
 
Looking to the future, Lockyer is settled in Lions den and hoping to continue his football progress whilst balancing a uni degree and full-time work.  
 
"The schedule is pretty hectic at the moment with playing/training on a weekly basis whilst working and studying. It gets pretty busy and most of my weight sessions are done at 6:30am before work but I’m enjoying the lifestyle." said Lockyer 
 
As a final question, Lockyer was asked who could jump higher, himself or Aaron Heal.

“Aaron Heal definitely, That guy can launch, he is the dream boat” said Lockyer with a laugh
 
 
Jordan is set to play his 50th game for Subi against Peel on Saturday at Bendigo Bank Stadium
 
 
 

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