Dylan Lockwood begins his first season on staff with South Carolina men's basketball as the video coordinator after having served the past six seasons on staff at Kansas State, including the last four seasons as the video coordinator for the Wildcats.
Lockwood was named the video coordinator at KSU prior to the 2008 season after serving the previous two campaigns as a graduate student manager. Like his duties at K-State, Lockwood will coordinate and implement video technology for practices, games and for opponent scouting and game preparation at Carolina.
Prior to joining the K-State staff, Lockwood served as a student assistant under then-Cincinnati head coach Bob Huggins from 2004-05 and Andy Kennedy from 2005-06. He served as a student manager for the Bearcats from 1999 to 2001 and head manager from 2003-04.
Lockwood earned a bachelor's degree in business specializing in sport management from Cazenovia College in 2005. He played both soccer and basketball while attending Cazenovia.