NFL Draft

Draft Profile: Missouri QB Drew Lock – Aaron Kagan

by Aaron Kagan

Drew Lock

6’4 225 lbs. Senior

2018 statistics

3,498 passing yards, 28 passing touchdowns, 8 INT thrown

Strengths

Accurate deep-ball thrower – is able to put the ball right on target from exceptional distance.

Experience – with 40 total college football starts in his career, he is arguably the most experienced quarterback currently in question to get drafted early.

Arm Strength – not only is he accurate, but he has the arm strength to get the ball into any window that he wants on the field.

Weaknesses

Poor footwork – this would cause him issues when having to escape the rush. Struggles through progressions – this emphasizes the fact that short and intermediate throws are not his strong point.

Smallest hands in this class – others have found much success with small hands, it is just a negative physical aspect to consider.

Overall

Drew lock has the work ethic and swagger to succeed in this league. His perspective on working hard and modeling his game after a successful quarterback really does show in his practice effort. If he falls beneath the first round, he will be a steal for any team that decides to draft him. There is a possibility of a superstar quarterback within him

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