But General Manager
The Angels, who were under the direction of former General Manager
Locker, who hadn't played baseball since high school, signed but remained at the University of Washington to finish out his football career.
Locker, now 26, was a first-round pick (eighth overall) of the
Dipoto said that neither Locker nor his representatives had reached out to the Angels on Tuesday.
"I really don't know much about him as a football player, and I only know a little bit about his baseball past as an amateur," Dipoto said. "We're going to focus on the group we have here."