The QB class for this years Reese’s Senior Bowl is heating up to be a great group of senior quarterbacks. The group got stronger on Thursday when Missouri starting quarterback Drew Lock announced that he has officially accepted his invite and will be attending the 2019 Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
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Drew Lock is one of the most interesting quarterbacks in the 2019 Draft class. He has the size, the arm, he has shown the ability to be a very accurate passer in and out of the pocket. At 6-foot-3 225-lbs, Lock has all the size desirable for a 22-year old quarterback. Along with his physical attributes, Lock’s arm is one of the strongest in the class. Lock flashes impressive velocity in all three levels of the field and has done a nice job of keeping his turnovers down throughout his four-year career.
In his four years at Mizzou, Lock has thrown for 11,820 passing yards, completed 56.8% of his passes, and thrown 96 touchdowns to just 39 interceptions. There were reports that Lock debated coming out last year, but decided to head back to Missouri for his senior year to help his draft stock. After a solid senior year, and hopefully a good week down in Mobile, Lock will solidify himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the 2019 NFL Draft class.