Brock Lutes caught four passes for 41 yards and two touchdowns in his first career game, a Week 2 overtime win over the Colorado Crush.
At defensive back in the Screaming Eagles' Week 4 loss to the Empire, Brock Lutes had seven tackles, including five solo stops.
Lutes was a two-sport star athlete in high school and was recruited by Division-I schools in both football and basketball. After signing with Washington State for football, he opted to play basketball at Clackamas Community College in the Northwest Athletics Association of Community Colleges in 2012-13. While at Clackamas, Lutes earned Southern Region First-Team and All-Tournament First-Team honors.
Lutes transferred to Bemidiji State for his final two seasons of eligibility. During his junior year, Lutes totaled 574 points (21.3 ppg) to rank seventh on BSU’s single-season scoring chart. He shot 50.1 percent from the field on 207-of-413 shooting, which ranked him 27th in the nation in total field goals made. As a senior, he scored 390 points on 43.1 percent from the field (149-for-346), a 32.6-percent effort from beyond the arc (47-for-144) and a 73.8 percent mark from the free throw line (45-for-61). He also totaled 108 rebounds (4.5 rpg) and added five blocks, 16 steals and 64 assists.
Lutes went back to football after college when he signed a mini-camp deal with the Denver Broncos. He also participated in rookie minicamp with the Minnesota Vikings.